Greece failed to complete the second phase of the anti-crisis reforms to the Eurogroup meeting, which will take place today.
On Friday, the Greek government has conducted a large-scale conference call and try to solve disputes relating to social and labor reforms as well as reforms in the energy sector.
Without coordination of these three aspects of Athens will not receive the next tranche of the loan required to service the public debt. As part of the third anti-crisis program provides assistance package in the amount of 86 billion euros, but in exchange for Greece must carry out a series of reforms.
According to the Greek government for the settlement of disputes must be a political decision.
The conference was attended by representatives of the creditors. As the representative of the Greek Government, a number of contentious issues resolved, but could not agree on some points of the agreement parties. The parties agreed on the fund issues dealing with the privatization program of state property, and decided to continue discussion of the remaining issues at a meeting of the Eurogroup.
The head of the Eurogroup Jeroen Deysselblyum in an interview with FAZ noted that, most likely, Greece will not be able to complete the assessment before the end of April.