“The markets anticipate a successful exit from the bailout agreements as virtually certain and our development plans aim at a comprehensive plan that will be credible for the markets and Greek society,” Finance Minister Euclid Tsakalotos said on Tuesday in an interview with ‘Efimerida Ton Syntakton‘ newspaper.
He explained that the bailout agreement signed in July 2015 was a compromise. “It was a mix of reforms so that public administration operates more efficiently, the licencing of companies becomes easier and tax evasion is reduced,” he said.
Tsakalotos said the government is preparing a growth plan that will be for the benefit of the medium and low income social classes.
He added that he is to meet the new German finance minister in due time.