Moscow. November 17. Greece and international creditors have reached a preliminary agreement that opens the way to receive a new tranche under the third financial assistance programme, according to Deutsche Welle.
The agreement will allow Greece to receive a new tranche of the loan of 2 billion euros and 10 billion euros for recapitalization of banks, said the Finance Minister of the country Euclidis Tsakalotos.
“We agreed to everything that was required,” he told reporters after talks with Finance Ministers of the Eurozone countries (Eurogroup).
For funding, the Greek Parliament must approve the reforms demanded by creditors. The vote on this issue will take place on Thursday, and on Friday, the Eurogroup may allocate these funds to the country.