European Union and International Monetary Fund mission chiefs will arrive in Athens on Wednesday for talks on a third bailout program to keep Greece afloat, a finance ministry official said on Tuesday.
Talks on a technical level began on Monday and were expected to be wrapped up by Friday, the official said adding there could be “follow up” discussions over the weekend under exceptional circumstances.
“Both sides aim to reach a deal as soon as possible,” the official said.
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