BERLIN (Reuters) – The International Monetary Fund will remain engaged in Greece in some form, which will most likely become clearer after a June 21 meeting of the Eurogroup of euro zone finance ministers, IMF chief Christine Lagarde said on Monday.
“We are considering all the options,” Lagarde told a news conference with chiefs of other leading economic organizations in Berlin.
“But we will certainly remain engaged one way or the other with Greece – and that will probably come to a denouement which will be much clearer on June 21 when there is a Eurogroup meeting.”
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