Now that Greece's bailout and the framework for a banking supervisor have been taken care of, EU leaders are focussing on reforms -- like boosting economic competitiveness. But so far they've only agreed on a time frame.
Greek government spokesman Gabriel Sakellaridis says Athens will send its list of reforms demanded by international creditors by next Monday. Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras is meeting opposition politicians in Berlin.
Following emergency talks with German and French leaders, Greece has agreed to submit a reform list "within days." Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras has urged the two leaders to help tackle a looming financial crisis.
Greek premier Alexis Tsipras has asked for a meeting with counterparts on the sidelines of an EU leaders' meeting. However, Tsipras sounded a note of defiance in advance, vowing that his government would end austerity.
The EU has said it will make additional funds available to Athens to help spur growth and combat poverty. This came after Greece's premier pledged to press on with reforms to satisfy the country's creditors.