An emergency Eurogroup meeting will be held on Greece on Wednesday evening, European Council president Donald Tusk said after the summit meeting of eurozone leaders in Brussels on Monday night.
"All parties are determined to find a solution. The new Greek proposals are a step forward," Tusk said at the press conference and added that much work should be done in the next hours.
Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras and the institutions "will work together now so that the Eurogroup can achieve results on Wednesday evening that can be presented Thursday morning" he added.
On his part, European Commission president Jean-Claude Juncker expressed certainty over a solution in the next days.