Review set to resume in Athens as debt talks drag on

PoliticsGreek Politics Tags: Debt, IMF, Reforms
Photo by George Vitsaras/Fosphotos
Photo by George Vitsaras/Fosphotos

Negotiations aimed at clinching a staff-level agreement (SLA) between the Greek government and its lenders are due to resume in Athens on Tuesday as doubts remain about how the creditors will resolve their differences over debt relief.

The missions from the European institutions and the International Monetary Fund are due to resume talks with coalition officials with the aim of reaching a settlement by the end of the week. This will involve finalising a revised Memorandum of Understan...

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