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The European Commission published on Wednesday the latest report as part of Greece’s enhanced surveillance, moving the country one step closer to the completion of the post-programme framework.
The report concludes that despite certain delays, in part due to the challenges posed by the pandemic and the wildfires in the summer, Greece has progressed specific commitments and welcomes cooperation with the authorities.
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