Peers hope Tsakalotos turns up in Thursday's Eurogroup

Eurozone finance ministers are hoping their outgoing Greek counterpart, Euclid Tsakalotos, will not skip this Thursday's Eurogroup meeting - like he did last month - so that they get the chance to personally express their objections to the Greek government's policies, as explained in last week's European Commission report.

Although Greece is not on the official agenda, the meeting in Luxembourg is the last chance the eurozone ministers may get to address Tsakalotos before the Greek parliamentary election, even though they know it won't be him who'll have to resolve the problems they refer to.
However, they feel it is necessary to provide their feedback to the government that is responsible for the creation of those problems, and not to leave the report's concerns unaddressed until September, when the next government will be able to deal with them.

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