The three parties involved in finding a €9bn package of spending cuts have agreed to continue their negotiations after all, Nos television reports on Thursday lunchtime.
The state information service RVD issued a statement saying: ‘The negotiators have decided to continue their talks. They see sufficient perspective to be able to reach an agreement which will answer the problems facing our country.’
The talks were halted early on Wednesday because they were at a ‘difficult stage’. There were also widespread media reports that PVV leader Geert Wilders was about to pull out.
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