Schaeuble: Greece making ‘significant efforts’
The Greek government is making significant efforts, while the delay in conducting the first review of the Greek programme was “understandable”, German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble said as he arrived for a Eurogroup meeting on Thursday.
He reported having “constructive talks” with his Greek counterpart Euclid Tsakalotos in Berlin on Wednesday and expressed his conviction that Greece will proceed with the implementation of the agreements “step-by-step”.
The next step will be the review of the programme, which must be completed successfully, Schaeuble added.
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