By Peter Schroeder - 03/19/12 05:49 PM EDT
The discussion comes as global policymakers continue to try and get a grip on the crisis, which has threatened the economies of a number of European Union nations, as well as the stability of that intergovernmental relationship.
Last week, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) approved a $37 billion contribution to a $170 billion bailout package for Greece.
Treasury officials have repeatedly said they do not believe the United States needs to commit additional funds to assist ailing European nations.
In its latest policy statement, the Federal Reserve noted that while troubles in global financial markets have "eased" recently, they still pose a significant threat to the U.S. recovery.