Eurogroup President Jeroen Dijsselbloem Wednesday said they will discuss with the new Greek finance minister how to move forward with the reform programme but did not expect any results today.
"We are going to welcome the Greek Minister to the Eurogroup and listen to their plans. The plans of the new Greek Government, on what basis we can continue our support to Greece. As you know, we formally still have a programme. The first question is how to move on with that programme.
"I am ready to listen and we will start the talks," he told reporters ahead of a special meeting of finance ministers of the 19-member Eurogroup here this afternoon.
"I don't expect an outcome today. I have been quite clear about this, it's just the start of our talks, we have another Eurogroup already planned, which is next Monday, we will move step by step. Let's get started today," he added.