Jeroen Dijsselbloem, Dutch finance minister and Eurogroup chairman, said the Netherlands cannot move forward with the Greek bailout program without the International Monetary Fund's (IMF) support.
He expressed his views on the situation while addressing the Dutch Parliament this week.
"The government majority in the Dutch parliament clear: If the IMF does not participate or withdraws then any (Dutch) support towards the program will end," he said.
The IMF has not withdrawn from the bailout program but differing views between Greece, creditors and other parties involved in a third Greek bailout have resulted in uncertainty.
Dutch finance minister: IMF must be involved for the Netherlands to support Greek bailout
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