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Eurogroup build-up dominated by internal friction over way forward
The Greek government will be looking towards Monday’s Eurogroup for some kind of positive indication regarding the state of its negotiations with lenders but expectations for any kind of notable statement are extremely low.
Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras chaired a meeting of his cabinet on Sunday to discuss the government’s strategy ahead of the Eurogroup. Tsipras is reported to have told his ministers that Greece’s aim is for the recent progress in talks to be officially r...
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