If you pay close attention, you can see said officials blinking out "Help us. You have no idea what it's like in there" in code.
Greece’s negotiations with international creditors are going very slowly and are nowhere near the point where bailout money can be disbursed, a senior European Union official said. The Greek government has complained that it will soon run out of cash if no bailout money is disbursed, a development that would raise the prospect of a default on its debt and even an exit from the euro. “Currently, there is some progress but unfortunately those negotiations were in for a slow start, time is short and there is a lot of ground to be covered,” Valdis Dombrovskis, Vice-President of the European Commission in charge of euro and social dialogue said.