Polish Minister of Finance Mateusz Szczurek discussed here the recent Greek situation with his counterparts from France, Michel Sapin, and Germany, Wolfgang Schaeuble, on Monday.
During the Weimar Triangle meeting in Warsaw, they also discussed cooperation within the Triangle.
All three parts agreed on the fact, that the government of Greece should come up with possible solutions of the crisis, and that the Greek proposals shall appear during the upcoming European Union's summit.
Szczurek underlined that the meeting had been planned long before the Greek referendum was held, however, it was mostly dedicated to "drawing conclusions from this situation." He added that the talks mostly concerned the institutional reforms within the EU and "how to ensure the recommendations for particular countries to be practically implemented."
Schaeuble said that the problems can be solved once "we will search for the solutions step by step." He underlined that the recent situation is most of all "difficult for the Greek nation."
Apart from the situation in Greece, they also discussed the European Fund for Strategic Investments (EFSI), the cooperation between banks from the three counties and the EU budget. They concluded that the Weimar Triangles should stick together.
The term "Weimar Triangle" refers to a loose grouping of Poland, Germany, and France. The group is intended to promote co-operation among the three countries and exists mostly in the form of summit meetings of the leaders from the countries.