Varoufakis expects a "very constructive" Eurogroup and discards the exit of Greece from the euro
BRUSSELS, 11 (EUROPA PRESS)
The Greek Finance Minister, Yanis Varoufakis, said Wednesday that hopes that the meeting of the Eurogroup on the future of Hellenic rescue and debt will be "very constructive" and has dismissed the exit of Greece from the euro.
"I hope that we have a very constructive meeting," said Varoufakis on arrival at the extraordinary meeting of eurozone finance ministers devoted to the situation in Greece, the first in which participates. When asked about if the 'Grexit' is on the table, the Greek Finance Minister has underlined that "of course not".
Varoufakis has met for the first time with the Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund, Christine Lagarde. "We had a good meeting, it is the first time that I meet with him and we had a very good exchange of views," said Lagarde.
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