Mission chiefs take up negotiations in Athens but focus on IMF's decision

EconomyProgramme Tags: Debt, Eurogroup, IMF, Pensions
Photo by George Vitsaras/Fosphotos
Photo by George Vitsaras/Fosphotos

The institutions’ mission chiefs are due to begin talks with Greek government officials in Athens on Wednesday with the aim of reaching a staff-level agreement by next week.

However, the differences between the lenders over debt relief continues to attract much attention and has fuelled speculation about whether the International Monetary Fund will join the Greek programme.

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