With the bailout program review having essentially stalled, the Greek government wants the institutions quartet – ECB, ESM, EC and IMF – to return to Athens and resume talks, in order to overcome the climate of uncertainty.

According to a report in Ta Nea, Greece’s creditors are keeping a “tight lip”, further perpetuating the government’s agony on the subject. Nevertheless, the Euro Working Group scheduled for Monday will likely decided upon the return of the institutions to Athens.

Prior to such a decision being made, the institutions will confer with their technical teams, which remain in Athens, in order to reach a joint position based on the situation in Greece.