Institutions agree to mission to check on Greek reforms

Athens, Greece

Representatives from European and international institutions have agreed to send a team to Athens in the near future to inspect the progress of reforms, Central Banking has learnt.

This followed a meeting in Brussels on March 2 between Benoît Cœuré of the European Central Bank (ECB), Poul Thomsen of the International Monetary Fund, Marco Buti from the European Commission and Klaus Regling of the European Stability Mechanism (ESM).

It had been reported that representatives of the institutions

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