Loose ends to tie up on prior actions as lenders head back to Athens

PoliticsGreek Politics

Having got through the parliamentary debate and vote on the first set of prior actions Greece has to carry out this autumn without any major problems, the government now begins the potentially more complicated task of reaching an agreement with its lenders.

The representatives of the four institutions – the European Commission, the European Central Bank, the European Stability Mechanism and the International Monetary Fund – are expected in Athens on Tuesday for their first visit since Greece and its lender...

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