Eurogroup recognizes Greece’s economic progress

Greece’s Christos Staikouras (left), Spain’s Nadia Calvino (centre) and Luxembourg’s Yuriko Backes (right) chat at the start of the Eurogroup meeting of eurozone finance ministers in Brussels on Monday. Staikouras said ministers who discussed the 13th enhanced surveillance report on Greece acknowledged the country’s progress, the rapid recovery of the economy and its positive outlook. He added that progress had been made despite “increased uncertainty” amid geopolitical turmoil caused by Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. Staikouras will take part in the Ecofin meeting of European Union finance ministers on Tuesday. (EPA)

Greece’s Christos Staikouras (left), Spain’s Nadia Calvino (centre) and Luxembourg’s Yuriko Backes (right) chat at the start of the Eurogroup meeting of eurozone finance ministers in Brussels on Monday. Staikouras said ministers who discussed the 13th enhanced surveillance report on Greece acknowledged the country’s progress, the rapid recovery of the economy and its positive outlook. He added that progress had been made despite “increased uncertainty” amid geopolitical turmoil caused by Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. Staikouras will take part in the Ecofin meeting of European Union finance ministers on Tuesday. [EPA]

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