Greece has been showing willingness to compromise in the latest round of bailout negotiations with its international creditors, which are due to end Sunday, sources told dpa, dpa reported.
But a deal has yet to materialize on the reforms that Athens will have to carry out in exchange for access to the last of its bailout aid. There are fears that cash-strapped Greece could soon run out of money and destabilize the eurozone.
'There is progress, but also many open questions,' said a source fromM one of the four institutions negotiating with the Greeks - the European Commission, the European Central Bank, the eurozone bailout fund and the International Monetary Fund.
'On some questions, there is considerably more willingness to compromise [from Greece],' he added on condition of anonymity. 'But we cannot say how much longer we will need.'
The talks will run until Sunday as initially planned, according to an EU source.