The report is positive for Greece, but creditors should fill a hole of 32.6 billion euros.
Report of the international creditors Greece is positive as Athens "to fulfill their promises," said the chairman of the Eurogroup Jean-Claude Juncker.
The finance ministers of eurozone countries have received a progress report on Greece on Sunday evening.
The German government today stressed, however, still awaits the final report of the international creditors for the Greek economy, as some issues remain unresolved.
Juncker said that basically the report is positive, as the Greeks really have done their job.
Greece's creditors need to fill a hole somewhere from 32.6 billion if the country provide a delay of two years of budgetary reforms.
Without a two-year extension financial hole would be 22.9 billion by 2016, this means that the two-year extension will ultimately cost an extra 10 billion.
The plan developed by the Government of Antonis Samaras, provides raising the retirement age from 65 to 67, cutting public sector wages, pensions and reduce the cost of healthcare, education and defense.