The head of the Eurogroup Jeroen Dijsselbloem said on Tuesday that he expects that Greece and its creditors will sign an agreement in the coming weeks. He added that a Greek exit could lead to "very dangerous instability" in the Eurozone.
"It's in the interests of Greece and the euro zone as a whole to avoid that," Dijsselbloem said.
Dijsselbloem pointed out that Greece must meet its conditions and agreements if it wants to remain in the Eurozone.
Greece is still running out of cash, and it needs a new tranche of loans. The Greek government hopes to unlock a new tranche of loans at the Eurogroup meeting on April 24.