Germany told to act to save eurozone
Polish Radoslaw Sikorski did not couch his words when he said that it is uncumbent upon Germany to act to save the eurozone. The Financial Times reports that Sikorski believes Germany is the only European nation which can prevent the European Union from “a crisis of apocalyptic proportions.”
“I demand of Germany that, for your own sake and for ours, you help it survive and prosper,” Sikorski pleaded. His pleas, however, were not enough to convince Germany to back away from its insistence that a change to the EU’s treaty (creating a stability zone) was key to the euro’s survival.