European Council president Donald Tusk sconfirmed the Eurozone summit on Tuesday to discuss the outcomes of the Greek referendum, after Germany and France called for an emergency summit aswell.
"I have called a EuroSummit Tuesday evening at 18h (1600 GMT) to discuss situation after referendum in Greece," Tusk said on Twitter on Sunday after Greek voters said a resounding 'No' to creditor demands for further austerity in return for bailout funds.
The Eurogroup of eurozone finance ministers will meet on Tuesday before the summit, said Michel Reijins, a spokesman for Eurogroup chief Jeroen Dijsselbloem.
"Additional Eurogroup on Tuesday 7 July to prepare euro summit on Greece, starting time to be confirmed," he tweeted.
Deputy finance ministers from the eurozone will meet on Monday, an official told AFP earlier.
The opposition accused Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras of jeopardizing the country's membership in the 19-nation club that uses the eurozone and said a "yes" vote was about keeping the common currency.
Germany and France asked for the summit after the "no" vote announced its definite win.
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