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Squeezed at home, ministers return to Brussels to look for deal with lenders
In the absence of the return of the missions to Athens to conclude a technical agreement, Greek ministers are heading to Brussels in a last-minute attempt to rescue the programme review ahead of Friday’s Eurogroup in Malta.
Despite several teleconferences and phone calls between key officials since last week, Athens was unable to secure the return of the institutions. This meant that hopes of concluding a staff-level agreement, or even an agreement in principle, by Friday ...
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