Meanwhile, German Chancellor Angela Merkel is preparing for talks with Greek Prime Minister Andonis Samaras, who is expected to ask for a delay in the achievement of the rescue program for Greece. During a meeting with French President François Hollande, Merkel stressed that he wanted the country to remain in the Eurozone .
The Financial Times Deutschland quoted sources from the Finance Ministry, according to which the decision to establish a working group indicates that Merkel and Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble want to be fully prepared for possible "adverse scenario".
"My colleagues made calculations of the financial impact (by the exit of Greece) and consider how a domino effect on other eurozone countries could be avoided," the sources noted.
The group consists of about 10 people from various departments in the Ministry of Finance is headed by Steffen, a member of Merkel's party, says the publication.
Asked for more information Schaeuble said the government must be prepared for any scenario, including unimaginable.