Greece’s eyes turned on Eurogroup
The government had a series of meetings with the representatives of the institutions over the last days ahead of Monday’s Eurogroup meeting.
The government aims to close all pending issues so as to receive the green light for the disbursement of the 2 billion euro loan tranche.
Among the issues that need to be resolved are the first prior actions, bad loans, the protection of first residencies from foreclosures, generic drugs’ prices, equal measures for the 23 percent on private education and the 100 debt installment settlement.
A EuroWorking Group teleconference was held on Sunday afternoon, according to sources. A eurozone official told ANA-MPA that there was no agreement between the Greek authorities and the representatives of the institutions but did not rule out the prospect on Monday’s Eurogroup.
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