Eurogroup approved the list of reforms sent by the Greek government in Brussels.
Following formal ratification, the agreement on the four-month extension is expected to be approved by national parliaments.
In the six-page text sent by Athens to the European institutions and the IMF are recorded the directions on four policy areas. Specifically, the guidelines concerning the following areas: Structural fiscal policies, financial stability, policies for growth and addressing the humanitarian crisis.
A tactical win for Greeks to prepare for the next battle:
“The details of the new agreement between Greece and the lenders are rather of little importance. It seems that the four-month period will function mostly as a truce period rather than a period of substantial progress for the two sides to build a bridge between them. [...] The Greek Leftists in power know very well who are dealing with, so they will use this time to prepare for the next battle of this big war. The four-month period is currently a tactical win for the Greeks ...” (http://failedevolution.blogspot.gr/2015/02/german-retreat-gives-chance-for-greeks.html)