The speculation about Greece leaving the euro and reaching state bankruptcy is reverberating around Brussels.
Sweden's finance minister Anders Borg was in Brussels on Tuesday to meet with his EU counterparts.
He told Swedish Radio News that he is concerned about what he called "the tragedy that is playing out before our eyes".
Swedish Radio News economic correspondent Stefan Sonning says that Sweden's position in relation to Greece potentially leaving the euro is relatively secure.
"Sweden has very good state finances at the moment. The government has held on so tightly to its wallet that you could even discuss whether the Swedish state has too much money."
"But the effect of this is that if things really go down the drain in Europe, there is enough state treasury money saved to be used to stimulate the economy and ward off a crisis - if it comes", he says.