Jeroen Dijsselbloem came face-to-face with Greek students who denounced austerity in Greece after an event at Delft University in the Netherlands.
A student accused the Eurogroup chief of implementing tough austerity measures. The Young student criticizes the tactics of partners regarding Greece, especially relative to the cuts in key sectors such as education and health, as well as the ineffectiveness of loans going toward paying off previous banks loans.
The Dutch finance minister and head of the Eurogroup responded, arguing that Greece is to blame for its problems rather than Brussels, the dialogue ends with the two men shaking hands.
See the exchange: