Concerns that Greece is not making enough progress to meet the conditions of its third international bailout is heading the agenda of a meeting of euro zone finance ministers on Friday.
The Eurogroup, which is meeting in Bratislava, Slovakia, will decide whether Greece has been doing enough to meet the “the milestones agreed in its financial assistance program,” the European Council said on its website.
The conditions of Greece’s third 86 billion euro ($96.9 billion) bailout include a number of measures and reforms that the left-wing coalition government led by Alexis Tsipras has committed to implementing in order to address its current economic challenges.
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