Greece's freshly appointed finance minister Evangelos Venizelos is due to attend talks Sunday on a second economic bailout package for his debt-strapped country. He joins other European Union finance ministers in Luxembourg for a two-day meeting on Europe's economic outlook. Venizelos, formerly Greece's defense minister, became finance minister on Friday, when Prime Minister George Papandreou reshuffled the cabinet after three weeks of anti-austerity street demonstrations in Athens. Venizelos also took over the post of deputy prime minister. The Greek bailout tops the agenda of the meeting of the Eurogroup and Economic and Finance Ministers Council, which representatives of the International Monetary Fund will also attend, according to an EU news release. The IMF is contributing to the bailouts of European Union member countries.