Eurogroup meeting ends without deal over Greece debt issue

Luxembourg, June 19 (IANS) No agreement is in sight over Greece’ debt deal, said Dutch Finance Minister and Eurogroup President Jeroen Dijsselbloem after the Euro zone finance ministers’ meeting here.

“Time is running out for agreement as parliamentary procedures have to be considered,” Dijsselbloem said on Thursday, Xinhua reported.

The Eurogroup chief urged Greek government to seize the “last opportunity”, adding that it is still possible to find an agreement before the end of the month.

He reiterated the international creditors’ stand on the bailout conditions that the proposals “have to be credible, sustainable and possible”.

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