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The visit of European Economic and Monetary Affairs Commissioner Pierre Moscovici to Athens has helped clear up to some extent where Athens stands vis a vis its lenders as the deadlines for securing the next loan sub-tranches and completing the first review of third bailout approach.
Moscovici made it clear on Tuesday that he is expecting Athens to wrap up four main outstanding issues by Monday’s Eurogroup so eurozone finance ministers can give the green light for the disbursement of the next instalment of 2 billion euros.
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