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BRUSSELS, June 25. /TASS/. Deep differences between Greece and its international creditors the European Commission, the Central Bank of Russia and the International Monetary Fund remain in place, Jeroen Dijssebloem, the chief of the Eurogroup uniting finance ministers of the euro area said on Thursday.
At the session of the Eurogrpoup, European and international instituted offered information on Greece's latest proposals but contradictions between the sides remained unabated and quite serious Dijsselbloem said, adding that the Eurogroup might gather during the weekend if the Greek government and the creditors managed to round up the talks by the time.
A well-informed source told TASS earlier the EU would not take any decisions before the end of the day on the Greek reforms program for unblocking international financial aid to Athens.