ATHENS (Reuters) - Greece will seek to reach a preliminary deal with its international lenders by the next meeting of euro zone finance ministers in March, Finance Minister Euclid Tsakalotos said on Tuesday.
Greece and its lenders resumed long-stalled talks in Athens on Tuesday about reforms Greece needs to adopt to keep bailout funds flowing and the crisis-hit nation financially afloat.
"The institutions will stay in Athens for a week, 10 days. We are trying to get to a staff level agreement by the next Eurogroup in March," Tsakalotos told lawmakers.
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Tsakalotos said that Greece has agreed with its lenders that any additional measures would be structural in nature.
(Reporting by Michele Kambas)