Dijsselbloem document did not call for extra pension reforms, spokesman says


A document prepared by Eurogroup chief Jeroen Dijsselbloem referring to “social security measures” in Greece did not concern the need for additional pension reforms but other issues that included guaranteed minimum income, the Dutch finance minister's spokesman Michel Reijns said Wednesday.

The document, which was presented to the Dutch Parliament ahead of a Eurogroup meeting next week, mentioned that measures regarding social security and labor reform will be at the center of the second review of Greece’s bailout program.