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The International Monetary Fund (IMF)'s walking out on the Greek debt talks on Thursday does not imply that the international creditor would "completely pull out of the negotiations", said European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker at a press conference in Brussels, Friday, following the 7th EU- Mexico summit. The European Commission president went on to say that he had spent a lot time speaking with Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras over the past few days and that he believes a "solution is necessary" to avoid a Greek exit from the Eurozone. A Greek government official described the IMF's actions on Thursday as pressure tactics, with Athens saying it is ready to intensify negotiations with its creditors on a political level. During the EU-Mexico summit, leaders discussed a range of issues including reinforcing the strategic partnership between the EU and Mexico, modernising the EU-Mexico Global Agreement and ways to improve political consultation and coordination between the EU and Mexico on bilateral and multilateral issues. Other topics on the summit's agenda included human rights, climate change, unemployment rates and the fight against terror and organised crime. Friday's meeting is the first bilateral summit between the EU and Mexico since 2012.
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