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Under pressure for many weeks from the financial markets, European leaders
have agreed that they cannot go on without tough, co-ordinated and visible
decisions to regain confidence of both the public and the international
investors. The decision to recapitalise Europe’s most vulnerable banks, and
the high probability of a Greek default, makes the upcoming EU summit a
truly decisive moment. Covering the EU summit live from Brussels, *Brussels
e-briefings* host Richard Werly will host a webinar on Tuesday, 25th
October, at 15:00 CET, to discuss the aftermath of the meeting of finance
ministers (21 October), and the EU summit (23 October). Participants will
be able to ask topic-related questions. Registration is required. For more
information, and to register, visit
https://briefings.diplomacy.edu/upcoming-webinars

Under pressure for many weeks from the financial markets, European leaders
have agreed that they cannot go on without tough, co-ordinated and visible
decisions to regain confidence of both the public and the international
investors. The decision to recapitalise Europe’s most vulnerable banks, and
the high probability of a Greek default, makes the upcoming EU summit a
truly decisive moment. Covering the EU summit live from Brussels, *Brussels
e-briefings* host Richard Werly will host a webinar on Tuesday, 25th
October, at 15:00 CET, to discuss the aftermath of the meeting of finance
ministers (21 October), and the EU summit (23 October). Participants will
be able to ask topic-related questions. Registration is required. For more
information, and to register, visit
https://briefings.diplomacy.edu/upcoming-webinars

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