Tsipras goes to Brussels with opposition's backing, parameters of agreement

PoliticsGreek Politics Tags: European Union, SYRIZA

Greece goes into Tuesday’s pivotal Eurogroup and eurozone leaders’ summit with a new finance minister and an emboldened prime minister but with a mountain to climb in order to convince other member states to work on a third bailout that would prevent Greece from exiting the single currency.

Euclid Tsakalotos was sworn in as finance minister on Monday night, replacing Yanis Varoufakis, whose presence at the Eurogroup meetings had become deeply problematic.

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