PM Tsipras chairs meeting on social security reforms and the Greek programme

11 January 2016
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Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras is currently chairing a meeting on government work as well as the coordinated actions within the framework of the negotiations for social security reforms and the Greek programme.

The meeting is held at the prime minister’s office in parliament with the participation of members of the government and associates of the prime ministers.

SYRIZA parliamentary group is scheduled to convene on Monday afternoon. Labour Minister George Katrougalos will be present at the meeting that will focus on the social security system. The government has left open the possibility for corrections in its proposal for social security reforms.

Meanwhile, Finance Minister Euclid Tsakalotos continues his tour in Europe aiming to highlight the need for the restructuring of the Greek debt.

On his part, President Prokopis Pavlopoulos will visit Moscow this week while next week he will be in Berlin and Frankfurt.

Tsipras will have a series of important meetings on the future of the Greek programme in Davos.

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