Greek Finance Minister Euclid Tsakalotos is meeting Institutions’ representatives in Brussels on Friday, in an attempt to give an end to the deadlock of the past few days regarding the review of Greece’s bailout program. Bloomberg news agency spoke of a plan to be presented by creditors to the Greek government, providing for pre-passing of measures equal to 2% of GDP, with an annulment clause should the program goals be achieved.

The EuroWorking Group that was concluded on Thursday evaluated the situation, without engaging in extensive talks. According to a European official, the preventive passing of measures was once again put on the table.