Greece offered reforms to creditors with fight against corruption and restructure state-owned enterprises. The Greek Ministry of Finance sent a letter to international creditors with the reform measures that the government of Alexis Tsipras will take. Athens expects to receive tonight relevant remarks to take them into account in the final list, which the cabinet will present tomorrow. The measures are in the form of policy proposals. They are referred to the ways in which the government will fight corruption and restructure state-owned enterprises.
Greek Finance Minister Yannis Varoufakis expressed confidence that the list will be approved by the European Commission, the European Central Bank and the International Monetary Fund. On Friday, Greece and its creditors from the Eurozone agreed to extend the rescue program for the country. In order to obtain the remaining tranches, however, the Greek government must present a series of economic reforms, which must be approved by the creditors.