By Angelika Papamiltiadou
ATHENS (MNI) - Greece's government is threatening to stop repaying its
obligations to creditors if its updated reforms list, set to be officially sent
to Brussels Monday, is rejected, a government official told journalists Friday.
The same official said that the so-called Brussels Group will meet Friday
evening or Saturday to examine a draft of the reforms list.
The official said that "the government will not continue repaying its debt
obligations using state money if the creditors don't give loan tranches access
to Greece imminently which have been pending since 2014."
"We continue to repay our creditors despite the fact that we have received
no funding since the summer," he said.