Troika has NOT given Greece a three day deadline to meet bailout promises

The EU Commission has said that the Troika (the European Commission, the International Monetary Fund, and the European Central Bank) has not given Greece a three day deadline to fulfill promises made under its bailout deal or risk more austerity measures, as reported earlier today on Reuters.

Simon O'Connor, a spokesman for European economics commissioner Olli Rehn, added that it is up to the Eurogroup to decide on Greek payments and that finance ministers will consider whether or not to pay Greece's next tranche of aid on Monday.