Greece and institutions reach an agreement on second package of prior actions, EU sources say
Greece has come to an agreement with the institutions on the reforms included in the second package of prior actions, according to eurozone sources.
The same sources said that the list of reforms to be included in the second package of prior actions and is related to the sub-tranche of 1 billion
euros was determined late on Thursday at a EuroWorking Group meeting.
Greece has pledged to implement these reforms by mid-December so that the first evaluation of the programme begins.
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