Greece risks not getting a fresh batch of funding within the coming months using a series of promised reforms yet to be competed.

The country is actually no longer in an official bailout program. although in June the idea agreed to keep implementing certain reforms in exchange for some debt relief. This particular package included guarantees that will Greece wouldn’t have to pay any of its debt until 2032 — which could be a 10-year extension on what the idea previously had. the idea was also agreed that will Greece could receive profits that will central banks made when buying Greek sovereign bonds. These are known as SMP-ANFA profits as well as could allow Greece to invest back into its economy.

European technical experts have been monitoring what the Greek government has been implementing. This particular is actually in case its measures deviate through a sound fiscal path, meaning creditors might not approve certain debt relief measures if Greece strays through the suggested track.

“They are behind schedule on what they need to deliver,” an EU official with knowledge of the situation although who preferred to remain anonymous due to the sensitivity of the situation, told over the phone. A spokesperson for the Greek finance ministry was not immediately available for comment when contacted by

Greece ended its third bailout program in August. Since then, its European creditors published an initial post-program report in November, stating there were “delays within the sixteen specific reform commitments due for end-2018.”

These delays included arrears clearance, privatizations as well as the roll-out of the primary health-care system. These need to be completed by the end of February, which is actually when the European technical teams are due to publish a second post-program report.

This particular second report will be critical for euro zone finance ministers who need to decide at a meeting in March whether to approve a tranche of 750 million euros for Greece. The cash Greece will receive will come through the profits that will the European Central Bank makes for buying its sovereign debt. The 750 million euros is actually the first of two equal tranches that will Athens could receive between 2018 as well as 2022.

“In March, there will be a Eurogroup (the group of euro zone finance ministers) discussion (on) whether they get the first tranche of the central bank profits. (The decision) is actually connected to This particular (second) report, so if they are too far behind within the eyes of the Eurogroup, This particular cannot be done in March,” the same official told

A spokesperson for the European Commission told that will technical teams were in Athens between January 21 as well as 25. They mostly assessed the fiscal situation after the government adopted its 2019 budget plan.