Today, the European Parliament gave its strong support to the new European Commission with 423 votes in favour, 209 against and 67 abstentions.
The Juncker Commission can thus start its term of office on 1 November 2014.
"Greece has made immense progress in creating a basis for a sustainable growth model, based on sound public finances, a more competitive economy and a robust, effectively supervised financial sector."
Updates on the economic adjustment programme for Greece published regularly on our website.
The EU's Council of Economic and Finance Ministers took place in Luxembourg on 14 October.
Items debated included: measures in support of investment, research and innovation as sources of renewed growth, follow-up to the G20, IMF and World Bank Group meetings, banking regulations state of play and tax evasion.