Greece’s lenders have not requested additional prior actions or increased their number, sources of the finance ministry said on Wednesday, responding to media reports.
According to the ministry, the prior actions which must be completed by the end of the country’s program in 2018 are 113, of which 95 must be completed by the end of the year.
Media reported that the new demands made by the institutions would delay the completion of the third program review.
The ministry sources pointed to the European Commission’s compliance report issued on June 16, 2017, in which it is clearly stated that the prior actions demanded by the end of the program are 113, 95 of which must be implemented by the end of 2017.
“Reality deconstructs political agendas and ignorance,” they said.