A Greek Finance Ministry delegate claimed that the nation has different mechanisms to fund this month's financial requirements.
However, the Finance Ministry official did not verify what specific methods were available. Greece is required to pay back a 1.5 billion euro IMF loan in March, while the nation is plagued by a sharp tax revenue decrease, among other financial strains.
When queried if Athens can maintain its monetary needs without additional revenues, the anonymous Finance Ministry delegate stated to Reuters, "We have alternatives to address the liquidity issues in March."
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