Greece's deputy prime minister said his government will continue working closely with the European Central Bank and the country's central bank to ensure banks are stable, after a meeting with ECB chief Mario Draghi.
Following today's meeting with Mario Draghi in Brussels, Yannis Dragasakis and (Greek negotiator) Euclid Tsakalotos said that the government will continue working closely with the ECB and Bank of Greece for the stability of the country's banking system.
Greeks lined up at ATM machines to withdraw cash after Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras called a referendum on a bailout agreement, throwing the country's future in the euro in doubt.
The Greeks have voted to reject the austerity terms demanded by eurozone creditors - so, what happens next?
Greeks have voted to reject the terms of an international bailout, putting it on the brink of a eurozone exit.
Greece's controversial Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis has released a defiant statement of resignation entitled 'Minister no more!'