Eurozone finance ministers have reached a "significant" deal on a rescue package for member states impacted by the coronavirus crisis.
Member states earlier this week failed to reach agreement during a marathon teleconference.
However, Finance Minister Paschal Donohoe confirmed a deal has now been done following another attempt this evening.
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He said supports will be available to "governments, employers and citizens".
"It took a few hours to agree, but only because this really matters," Mr Donohoe said in a post on Twitter, calling the agreement a "very important step forward".
Very significant agreement reached in #Eurogroup. Support available for governments, employers and citizens. It took a few hours to agree, but only because this really matters. Very important step forward.— Paschal Donohoe (@Paschald) April 9, 2020