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Greece Continues to Block Joint Statement of 60th EU Anniversary

Two days before the 60th anniversary of the European Union which will be celebrated in Rome with a summit, the Greek government continues to...

Collective Bargaining Must be Restored in Greece, Dijsselbloem Tells Papadimoulis

Collective bargaining is a European best practice and should be restored in Greece, Eurogroup President Jeroen Dijsselbloem said on Tuesday, replying to SYRIZA MEP...

IMF Denies Reports it Demanded Greek Opposition’s Support of Bailout Measures

The International Monetary Fund on Tuesday denied reports that it had demanded the Greek government to secure the support of the opposition in voting...

Dijsselbloem: Progress Made With Greece and Creditors, Key Issues Remain

Progress has been made in the talks between Greece and its creditors but key issues remain, Eurogroup President Jeroen Dijsselbloem said on Monday, during...

Eurogroup: Institutions Will Not Return to Athens, Negotiations Will Continue in Brussels

Monday's Eurogroup in Brussels confirms that the return of Greece's lenders to Athens is not likely; the new round of negotiations in Athens have...

Eurogroup Chief Sees Delay in Greece’s Bailout Program Review

Eurogroup President Jeroen Dijsselbloem said that it is very unlikely that Greece's bailout program review will be completed in April, while noting that the...

Parcel Bomb Sent to IMF Also Mailed From Greece, Says Minister

The parcel bomb sent to the offices of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) in Paris which wounded one woman was sent from Greece and...

‘Comprehensive Solution’ for Greek Program in April, Greek PM Tsipras Says

Greece successfully pushed for the insertion of a special reference to action for fighting unemployment in the final conclusions of the European Council, Prime...

IMF Chief: Tsipras Asked for Fund to Stay in the Greek Bailout Program

International Monetary Fund Managing Director Christine Lagarde said that Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras asked the IMF to stand by Greece in the bailout...

Creditors Leave Athens With No Breakthrough in Talks

Creditors' teams left Athens on Thursday without a breakthrough in negotiations, as all the "hot" issues remain open, making a staff level agreement (SLA)...

Progress Made in Talks With Greece; Many Differences Remain, Says IMF Spox

Progress has been made on some important issues discussed between Greece and its creditors as part of the country’s second program review but many...

IMF Chief Urges Greece to Implement Reforms, Europe to Offer Debt Relief

International Monetary Fund Managing Director Christine Lagarde said that Greece must implement essential reforms, at the same time urging Europe to offer the country...

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