A meeting in Brussels between Greece and its creditors concluded with some progress regarding the second review of the Greek bailout, but no new date has been set for further discussion.
The recent meeting was an attempt to bridge differences between parties on both sides of the bailout issue.
"Today the Greek minister of finance, the institutions (European Commission, ECB, ESM and IMF) and I had a constructive meeting on the state of play of the second review," Eurogroup Chairman Jeroen Dijsselbloem said. "There is a clear understanding that a timely finalization of the second review is in everybody's interest. We made substantial progress today and are close to common ground for the mission to return to Athens the coming week. We will take stock of the further progress of the second review during the next Eurogroup."
Greece, creditors make progress in meeting on second review of bailout