The Eurogroup's decisions on Greece's debt mean that the country has gained "a clear corridor for the next 15 years," Digital Policy, Telecommunications and Media Minister Nikos Pappas noted on Sunday, speaking to the private broadcaster SKAI.

"We will then again discuss the suspension of payment of EFSF loans, the return of profits from central banks, etc, and all this package is a signficant easing [of debt]," he added.

Talking about the positive points of the agreement, he noted that the government had an obligation to open 180 primary healthcare centres by the end of the year, noting that this was something that needed to be done.

He also reminded those present that the austerity measures in 2019 will be accompanied by positive measures, so that the net fiscal impact on the budget will be zero.