Tsakalotos appears but gives little away about negotiations with creditors
Cyprus talks take a buffeting as leaders fall out
Effort begins to secure SYRIZA support for deal with institutions
Tsipras faces heavy lifting to finalise deal and get party approval
Eurogroup agrees return of mission to Athens but key issues unresolved
Progress rather than breakthrough the target at Eurogroup
Athens gears up for deal with lenders, pending news from IMF
All eyes in Athens are on Monday’s meeting of the International Monetary Fund’s executive board, although there are few expectations that it will result in a clear-cut decision regarding the IMF’s future role in the Greek programme.
The fact that the Greek government is not expecting the Washington meeting to produce a game-changer is evident from the growing speculation in Athens about what concessions the coalition is prepared to make in order to conclude the review.
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