Is the financial plan to help Greece a good one?
The joint eurozone and IMF bailout programme envisages strict conditions and requires the unanimous agreement of the 16 eurozone nations to release loans. But the safety net, of up to 22bn euros (£20bn), would only be used if market lending to Greece dried up.
The President of the European Council, Herman Van Rompuy, said the deal was significant "not just for Greece, but for the stability of the eurozone".
Is this deal the best solution? What does the decision mean for the European Union? Are you in Greece - do you welcome the plan?
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