Commission presents seventh enhanced surveillance report for Greece

The Commission has adopted the seventh enhanced surveillance report for Greece. The report concludes that, in spite of the adverse circumstances caused by the coronavirus pandemic, Greece has progressed well with the implementation of its reform commitments.  Nevertheless, a number of reform commitments have been significantly affected by the coronavirus outbreak leading to delays in reform implementation. Further action is thus expected ahead of the eighth enhanced surveillance report, which the Commission will publish later this year. This is particularly important regarding arrears, healthcare, privatisation and financial sector commitments. The current report is an intermediary step, which will not lead to any disbursement of debt measures. The report is available here.