Greek banks reopened today

Greek banks reopened today
Greek banks opened on Monday, after being closed for about three weeks.

The Greeks stood in long queues outside banks in the nation's capital Athens on Monday morning, the news agency Reuters reports.

It was planned that the banks would open on Monday after the European Central Bank (ECB) on Thursday decided to increase the supply of credit, which was raised with 900 million euros.

The crisis in Greece has forced banks in the country to be closed since June 29, and the daily ATM withdrawal is set to maximum 60 euros per person to prevent banks going empty.

In practice Greece's banks survives solely because of support from the ECB.

EU is doing what they can to keep the facade, that the EU is a success, but it is only a matter of time before it collapses.

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