Security Issues Delay New Greece Bailout Talks

A European Commission member said on Friday no date has been set for the beginning of formal talks on a new rescue program for Greece because international creditors are still looking for a secure place to hold negotiations in Athens. Greek government officials have said repeatedly that the talks on a bailout of up to 86 billion euros would start in Athens on Friday. An official stated, "There are some logistical issues to solve, notably security-wise."