Greece looked likely Tuesday to get the bailout funds it needs to avoid bankruptcy at an emergency European finance ministers meeting called to try and clinch the aid deal and heal a rift with the IMF over the debt-stricken country.
French Finance minister Pierre Moscovici (L) speaks with Luxembourg Prime Minister and Eurogroup Council president Jean-Claude Juncker (R) before an Eurozone finance ministers meeting to decide on a fresh rescue loan for debt-stricken Greece, at EU headquarters in Brussels. Greece looked likely Tuesday to get the bailout funds it needs to avoid bankruptcy.
"Greece has delivered (on reform)," said Jean-Claude Juncker, who presides the Eurogroup of finance ministers from the 17 countries that use the single currency. "(There are thus) good chances of an agreement."