No decision was taken during Wednesday's International Monetary Fund (IMF) session.
Following the briefing made by Poul Thomsen, the head of the IMF's mission to Greece, an IMF spokesman said that the members of the Executive Council were briefed during the session on the latest developments in Greece.
As he pointed out, this was one of the Council's "regular informal briefings", "without a decision being taken at the meeting."
Lastly, he said that the members of the Council will continue their work together with the Greek authorities and their European partners, with the intention of having the fifth revision of the programme for the support of the Greek economy completed.