Greek govt gets ready for IMF visit

The Greek government is getting back to work after a brief Easter holiday to meet an International Monetary Fund team in Athens on Wednesday.

The IMF inspectors will acquire the role of consultants in the fulfillment of the budget and tax, pension and social security reforms.

Meanwhile, Greece is entering a very important two-month period in which it has to persuade the markets that its stability and development program and structural reforms will be implemented in time and the government will keep its promises.

At the beginning of May Greece will meet the mixed team of the IMF, European Commission and European Central Bank because of the report on the stability program progress, which is due on May 16.

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