Range of issues unresolved as programme talks resume in Athens


The Greek government and the mission chiefs representing its lenders are scheduled to resume discussions on the first programme review in Athens on Monday afternoon after a two-week break for Catholic Easter.

The meetings will take place amid much tension triggered by the publication of the transcript of an IMF teleconference on Greece by Wikileaks on Saturday.

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