Enhanced Surveillance Report on Greece, September 2021
11th Enhanced Surveillance Report
On 22 September 2021, the European Commission published the eleventh enhanced surveillance report for Greece.
The report is based on the findings of a mission held remotely on 15 July 2021 and regular dialogue with the authorities. The mission was conducted by the European Commission in liaison with the European Central Bank; the International Monetary Fund participated in the context of its Post-Programme Monitoring framework, while the European Stability Mechanism participated in the context of its Early Warning System and in line with the Memorandum of Understanding of 27 April 2018, on working relations between the European Commission and European Stability Mechanism.
The current report assesses the implementation of Greece’s commitments to the Eurogroup regarding reform completion due up to mid-2021. This report is not linked to a release of the next set of policy-contingent debt measures, which – in line with the agreed biannual schedule – could take place on the basis of the twelfth report. The twelfth report is expected to be published in November 2021.