“German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble told his Greek counterpart Yannis Stournaras at meeting on Tuesday that Athens must fully implement promised reforms in order to receive further aid from its international lenders.
“Most important is that Greece fully implement its obligations. Finance minister Schaeuble pointed this out to his colleague once again,” the German finance ministry said in a statement after the two met in Berlin, Reuters informs.
The ministry reiterated that a report from the “troika” of European Commission, European Central Bank and International Monetary Fund on Greece΄s reform progress was due in October. The decision on whether further aid be paid to Athens will be made on the basis of the report.” (Reuters via Capital.gr)
German FinMin Tells Greek Counterpart, Greece Must Fully Implement Reforms
More was not expected, no decision either. German Finance Minister told his Greek counterpart Yiannis Stournaras the usual, good old admonition: Greece must stick to reforms implementations. The two men meet in Berlin.
Greek media claimed that the meeting between Schaeuble and Stournaras was so important that no much content was leaked to the press *sigh*
Here you can read more what was on Stournaras’ agenda.