Negotiations on prior actions and €2.8bn tranche resume
The talks between the Greek government and its international creditors are scheduled…
The talks between the Greek government and its international creditors are scheduled to resume, with the 15 prior actions leftover from the first bailout program review and the 2.8 billion euro tranche on the top of the agenda.
According to the official schedule, the talks on Monday will focus on the tackling corruption, as well as setting up the new privatization ‘super fund’.
The Ministry of Finance is working on a bill that aims to support and encourage electronic payments as a means of addressing corruption and tax evasion. The Ministry and institutions will also examine a bill on the voluntary declaration of undeclared funds.