Troika Happy with Greek Administrative Reform Effort
Wednesday, 25 September 2013
The heads of the the EU-IMF Troika visiting Greece hailed the country’s efforts to reform its public sector and cut staff, administrative reform ministry officials said, as quoted by the Athens News Agency-Macedonian Press agency.
The Greek officials said the representatives of the IMF, European Central Bank and the European Commission expressed satisfaction with the progress made in including 12,500 employees in the mobility scheme.
One of the issues on the agenda of the meeting was the transfer of employees to public-sector services that are short-staffed.