Goal is to keep Greece in the euro, says German FinMin spokesman

Germany΄s finance ministry again stressed that the “ball is in Greece΄s court” and called on Athens to quickly present proposed reforms, before the planned Eurogroup on May 11, Reuters reported on Monday.

“Our goal is to keep Greece in the euro. That΄s what we are working for intensively. But we have to make it clear once more that the ball is in Greece΄s court,” German finance ministry spokesman Martin Jaeger told reporters, AMNA reported.
“We΄re waiting for proposals and have been waiting for weeks. It΄s frustrating but we are patient,” Jaeger said, adding that he hoped Greece would present its proposals in time for the next scheduled meeting of euro zone finance ministers on May 11.