European officials urge Athens to speed up 15 prior-actionsStaff Writer | August 31, 2016
The eurozone deputy finance ministers known as the EuroWorking Group have reportedly pointed to delays in the implementation of the 15 "prior-actions" which will allow the release of the remaining sub-tranche of 2.8 billion euros.
Greece The need for speed
Press reports, citing sources in Athens, said that the three men agreed to set-up a “red phone line” for direct communication between Athens and Brussels, while they also discussed the need to specify the debt restructuring measures before the end of the year. ■