IMF Says Its Negotiating Team Will Return to Athens in January
Friday, 12 December 2014
The negotiating team of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) will return to Athens in January and its aim is to successfully complete the sixth Greek bailout review, the deputy spokesman of the IMF William Murray said on Thursday, during a press conference at the Fund’s headquarters in Washington.
"We expect to return with the negotiating team in January. Our intention is to return to Athens in January," Murray said.
Answering many questions on Greece, the spokesman refused to make any comments on political developments in Greece and repeated the Fund is cooperating with Greek authorities for the completion of the sixth programme review.