Eurozone finance ministers appear ready to unlock €8.5bn from €86bn fund to help Athens make repayment due in July

Greece is on track to receive vital bailout funds, after its international creditors narrowed their differences in a long-running dispute about the country’s vast debt mountain.

Eurozone finance ministers appeared ready on Thursday to unlock €8.5bn (£7.4bn) from the Greek €86bn bailout fund to help Athens make a repayment due in July, although specifics on long-term debt relief are likely to be fudged.

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