Following a conference call with German Chancellor Angela Merkel and French President Nicolas Sarkozy about Greece's debt crisis on Wednesday evening, Prime Minister George Papandreou will make a telephone call to Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to discuss the Middle East problem.
This was announced by Greek government spokesman Elias Mossialos, who clarified that no other Greek minister would be present during his talks with Merkel and Sarkozy, though he might call for the assistance of one of his own aides if necessary.

Mossialos said the prime minister will brief Merkel and Sarkozy on the decisions taken during the last two cabinet meetings and stress the Greek government's determination to carry out structural reforms and changes. He will also ask for immediate implementation of the July 21 decisions and raise the issue of EU growth in general.