Greece will start talks with its international creditors over a new bailout package on Monday, a government official said in Athens, after the meeting was delayed for logistical reasons.
"Negotiations are going as planned," the official told dpa
Representatives from the European Commission, European Central Bank, International Monetary Fund and possibly the European Stability
Mechanism are expected to attend.
The talks - aimed at securing international financing of up to 86
billion euros (94 billion dollars) - are to go ahead after the Greek
Parliament passed two reform packages that were part of the
conditions agreed on July 13 in Brussels.