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Greece to delay and bundle debt payments, IMF announces

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By Euronews  with Reuters
Greece to delay and bundle debt payments, IMF announces

<p>Negotiations over Greece’s debt repayments seem to have reached a temporary conclusion. </p> <p>Following <a href="http://www.euronews.com/2015/06/04/greek-debt-talks-rumble-on/">talks on June 3</a>, the International Monetary Fund (<span class="caps">IMF</span>) announced Greece will bundle its four original debt payments into one consolidated sum of 1.6 billion euros, payable on June 30.</p> <p>Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras is due to address parliament in Athens on Friday, June 5. There, he is expected to give a more detailed outline of the progress made during budget-reform negotiations with the <span class="caps">IMF</span>, the European Union and the European Central Bank – Greece’s international creditors.</p> <p>This marks the country’s first debt payment postponement in the five years since a 240 billion-euro bailout by its troika of lenders.</p>