A series of meetings about the Icesave dispute ended in The Hague in the Netherlands on Friday. The representatives of Iceland, the Netherlands and the UK discussed the matter on Thursday and Friday but came to no decisive conclusion.
Gudmundur Árnason, the undersecretary of the Icelandic Ministry of Finance who has a seat on the Icelandic negotiation committee, told ruv.is that the meetings were fine; people exchanged opinions, questions and answers.
A statement from the Ministry of Finance says that no decisions were made on further meetings. However, Árnason said discussions are likely to continue and that it isn’t wise to comment further on the dispute’s situation at this stage.
According to Morgunbladid’s sources, it is becoming more and more likely that the dispute will be taken to court.
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