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No certainties for Athens before Eurogroup as lenders try for debt deal
Full backing for multi-bill from coalition MPs, Tsipras looks to lenders for next step
Tsipras upbeat on debt relief prospects, lenders more cautious
Coalition MPs and multi-bill clear first hurdle as tension builds
Govt hopes counter-measures, debt relief talks enough to escape multi-bill maelstrom
Lenders make proposal to Athens but no immediate breakthrough expected
Greece and its lenders moved a step closer towards overcoming the impasse in the second review on Friday but it seems unlikely that an agreement will be reached by the Eurogroup on February 20.
Finance Minister Euclid Tsakalotos met with the heads of the institutions and Eurogroup chief Jeroen Dijsselbloem in Brussels on Friday in a meeting designed to get the review moving again after weeks of disagreement and inaction.
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