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'Troika' Creditors to Return to Greece for Debt Talks

The Troika's men in Athens aren't coming back just yet

Greece’s international creditors will resume talks with Athens this week to review progress on the economic reforms it must make to get debt aid funding, eurozone finance ministers agreed Monday.
“The Troika intends to return to Athens later this week,” Dutch Finance Minister Jeroen Dijsselbloem said after chairing a meeting of the 18-nation Eurogroup.
“We welcome Athens’ commitment to reforms in a number of key areas …(Greece) must now work with the Troika so that the review mission can be successfully concluded,” Dijsselbloem said.
“Our position is that the Troika should only return when enough work has been done to offer the prospect of a positive outcome,” EU Economic Affairs Commissioner Olli Rehn told a Eurogroup press conference.
“In view of the progress made, I can confirm we now expect our mission … to return to Athens in coming days,” Rehn said.
(source: eubusiness)

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