Greece has reached an agreement on “most of the core measures” to secure the release of the next â‚¬31bn tranche of its bailout as Europe’s leaders prepared for a crucial two-day summit.
A statement from the troika of the European Commission, European Central Bank and International Monetary Fund said it had left Athens after “comprehensive and productive discussion” agreeing the broad outlines of the austerity measures Greece will be forced to impose in exchange for the latest payout.
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