Informal Eurogroup in Bratislava: Greece not on the main agenda
The Slovakian capital of Bratislava will host an informal Eurogroup on Thursday, however it is note expected to reach any conclusions on Greece, especially the 2.8-billion-euro tranche.
According to an unnamed senior Eurozone official cited in Ta Nea, the tranche will only be paid out after the Greek government implements all 15 of the prior actions that have been agreed.
Among the actions, which Athens needs to implement, are appointing new managements for the Greek bands and pushing forward with the new ‘super-fund’ that will replace the TAIPED in privatizations.
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