Yesterday, the Government of Iceland announced that the latest round of talks with the Netherlands and the United Kingdom regarding the Icesave matter have "adjourned without a final resolution." The talks stem from the Iceland´s President, Ólafur Ragnar Grímsson veto this past January of legislation that would have provided for the repayment of approximately $5 billion of loans provided by Netherlands and the UK to Iceland's Depositors' and Investors' Guarantee Fund to fund payment of the minimum deposit guarantees to British and Dutch depositors in Icesave, the Internet unit of Landsbanki, which collapsed in 2008. On March 6, Icelandic voters will go to the polls to vote on whether to approve the terms of the initial Icesave deal, negotiated last summer.