The assumption that International Monetary Fund (IMF) negotiators' decision to leave Brussels means they "cancelled negotiations" is not correct, said German Finance Ministry spokesperson Martin Jaeger in Berlin on Friday. Steffen Seibert, head of the German governmental press and information agency said talks between Greece, the European Union and international creditors must continue "with high intensity in order to reach a consensus." German daily 'Bild' had reported earlier in the day that the German government was preparing for a worst-case scenario, which was dismissed by Seibert and Jager. On Thursday, the IMF delegation left negotiations on the Greek bailout in Brussels over alleged major differences with Athens.
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