By Jonathan Davies
Greece is two weeks away from complete financial crisis, according to its finance minister.
Yanis Varoufakis issued to warning as eurozone finance ministers met again to discuss the final €7.2 billion part of its €240bn bailout programme.
Greece's creditors - the eurozone, European Central Bank and International Monetary Fund (IMF) - are keen for the country to implement a number of reforms to prove its ability to cope and eventually pay back the money.
The finance ministers said Greece had made "good progress", but stressed that more still has to be done.
"The liquidity issue is a terribly urgent issue. It's common knowledge, let's not beat around the bush," Mr Varoufakis told reporters in Brussels.
"From the perspective [of timing], we are talking about the next couple of weeks."
Earlier today (Tuesday), Greece began a €750m (£544m, $834m) repayment to the IMF, a day ahead of schedule.
The overriding concern is that Greece will default on its debt and then leave the eurozone.
Creditors have pushed for total reforms, but Greece is resistant. Some of the requests go against pledges made by the anti-austerity Syriza party before it was elected in January.