Officials from the International Monetary Fund (IMF) today are going to Greece as a way to support the government narrow down the biggest budget deficit in Europe as Prime Minister George Papandreou is trying to talk to the European Union that Greece could have the deficit decline from the current 12.7% from lower than 3% of GDP in 2012.

The Prime Minister this week is expected to go over a plan outlining the government main concerns while last week the anticipations in the markets saying that they need a bailout to help narrow the deficit was discarded.