Greece Aims to Implement 90 of 113 Prior Actions By the End of December

The government’s target is to implement 90 of the 113 remaining prior actions (until the end of the programme) during the third review that will start immediately after the German elections in September and is expected to be completed by the end of December 2017.

Government officials believe that the goal is feasible despite the thorns of the social benefits and the implementation of the already voted bills for the public sector.

The Greek negotiation team and the representatives of the institutions will meet at the end of August or early September to define the timetable of the new review and the drawing up of the draft of the new state budget.

The meeting will probably be held in Brussels or via teleconference.

(Source: ANA-MPA)