Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras met with German Chancellor Angela Merkel and French President Francois Hollande on the sidelines of a European Union summit in Brussels on Friday. At the meeting, which reportedly lasted for an hour, the three leaders discussed the refugee crisis and the Greek bailout.
According to a close Tsipras aide, the Greek premier reiterated that Greece would not accept any action against its interests. The three leaders agreed that the key with regard to decreasing the migration flow was Turkey and that NATO's involvement was a positive development.
Tsipras reportedly received assurances from Germany and France that assistance would be provided if necessary.
A pivotal point in the discussion was that the three leaders stressed that there would be no change in the European borders' status quo until March 6, when a new summit on the refugee crisis is scheduled to take place, after Turkish PM Ahmet Davutoglu canceled his trip to Brussels following a bomb attack in Ankara which claimed the lives of 28 people on Wednesday.
The leaders also agreed that representatives of the institutions should return to Athens as soon as possible in order to complete the review.