Greece’s economy minister said on Thursday he believed the government would reach a deal with its eurozone peers on planned reforms next week, unblocking the necessary funding for the cash-strapped country.
“I believe that at the beginning of next week we will have an agreement on the package of reforms the Greek government is proposing and on the funding of the country,” Giorgos Stathakis told Antenna TV.
The government has promised to deliver a full list of planned reforms by next Monday. It is not clear whether it will include measures agreed by the previous government such as privatizations and pension reform.
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