Talks between Greek Gov't and Its Lenders to Resume on April 18, FinMin Tsakalotos

Talks between Greek Gov't and Its Lenders to Resume on April 18, FinMin Tsakalotos

The negotiations between the Greek government and the representatives of lenders will resume on April 18 after the Spring Meetings of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the World Bank, Finance Minister Euclid Tsakalotos said, after a round of talks in Athens that broke off around 2:00 a.m.
"We are adjourning" so that representatives of institutions and the Greek government may attend the meetings in Washington, DC on April 15-17, he said.
According to Tsakalotos, all four institutions (European Commission, IMF, ESM and ECB) and the government agreed to the break in talks, despite progress on large issues, because there are a lot of minor issues that could not be resolved in the available time in order to draft a staff level agreement that must be presented to the Eurogroup for ratification by the Finance ministers of the eurozone. He appeared optimistic that "an agreement will be concluded shortly before the Eurogroup."


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