Brussels Group Talks, PM Tsipras Chairing Meeting, on Sunday

Brussels Group Talks, PM Tsipras Chairing Meeting, on Sunday

The Brussels Group is continuing talks on Sunday, EU sources told ANA-MPA, who added that talks were constructive and progress was registered.
The Group, consisting of representatives from the Greek government and Greece's creditors, has been discussing a list of reforms ahead of a Eurogroup Working Group teleconference tentatively scheduled for Wednesday. Sources said the Group's convening would depend on progress made by the Brussels Group in finalising the reform proposals.
They added that there are no indications the Eurogroup - the eurozone's finance ministers - will meet within the coming week; it is more likely to be convened after the Catholic Easter, or after April 6, they said.
Meanwhile, Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras will chair a meeting of the cabinet council in the Parliament building at 19:00 on Sunday, the government said Saturday.
The council - consisting of heads of ministries, state deputies and the government vice-president - will review recent developments in the economy, especially on the proposals list being discussed at the Brussels Group.
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