Prime Minister George Papandreou had a telephone conversation with the President of the Social Democratic Party of Germany (SPD) Sigmar Gabriel, according to the informal briefing by government spokesman Ilias Mosialos, on Wednesday.
Papandreou and Gabriel discussed their positions on the crisis, while the SPD president informed the Greek prime minister that the socialdemocrats will vote in favour of the decision taken on July 21.
Gabriel also told Papandreou that the German socialdemocrats are "open" to a discussion on the enactment of a eurobond as well as to a discussion that must be held immediate on Europe's growth prospects.
The spokesman also said that the Greek government's policy is not determined by various statements that take place but at the moment focuses on the implementation of the structural changes and reforms and the implementation of the decisions of July 21.