ATHENS (Sputnik) — The Greek Finance Ministry said on Monday that it had decided to extend the 'bank holiday' in the country until the end of Wednesday.
Earlier in the day, ministry officials said that the banks closure would be extended, but did not specify a time frame.
The government announced the bank holiday on June 29 and restricted cash withdrawals to €60 ($66) per person per day.
Since then, the bank holiday has been extended three times.
A preliminary three-year $95 billion bailout deal, concluded between Greece and its lenders earlier in the day, will inject cash into Greeks banks, providing liquidity.