BRUSSELS — A meeting of European finance ministers broke up late Saturday with no agreement on whether Greece should be granted its third bailout since 2010, reflecting deep divides over whether the Athens government can be trusted to repay huge new loans and leaving the Continent hours from what could be a historic rupture.

The finance ministers planned to reconvene Sunday, just before European national leaders were scheduled to meet in Brussels for what they said would be a final decision on whether Greece should qualify for a new aid package, a step aimed at determining whether the country can remain in the euro currency union.

via Greeks heading to Brussels for crucial talks – World – The Boston Globe.

Advertisements