European Central Bank President Mario Draghi said he "very much" welcomed the Eurozone finance minister's decision to reduce the Greek debt target.
Mr Draghi said following the meeting in Brussels that it would "certainly reduce the uncertainty and strengthen confidence in Europe and in Greece".
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