The Greek government received an email this morning from the Troika of international lenders which writes that the Greek government needs to take more measures regarding the fiscal gap of 2015, an issue that was thoroughly discussed in Paris last month.
The International Monetary Fund, according to information of SKAI TV channel, is still holding a hard stance in its part of the evaluation of the Greek economy, expressing its objections to the measures the Greek government has proposed regarding insurance funds, layoffs and the fiscal gap of next year.
The return of the Troika is expected either this coming Saturday or next Tuesday, after the upcoming Eurogroup meeting next Monday, December 8th.
The goal of the government is to wrap-up the evaluation of the course of the Greek economy by the Troika by the end of the year. Prime Minister Antonis Samaras, addressing the Hellenic-American Chamber of Commerce yesterday, stated that the Greek government will not accept any irrational pressures.
Any delays in the evaluation will automatically mean the extension of Greece's current bailout program.