Finance Commissioner Pierre Moscovici visited Athens a day after the European Commission said Greece had fallen behind on at least six major reforms. Eurozone finance ministers will meet on March 11 and decide whether to grant Greece a debt relief package worth nearly 1 billion euros ($1.1 billion).
Full implementation of the agreement will take months, and is subject to a referendum in Macedonia and a parliamentary vote in Greece. If everything goes as planned, the deal will clear the way for Macedonia to start accession talks with NATO and the EU, with Greece -- a member of both organizations -- lifting its long-standing objections to such a move.
Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras has officially declared an end to an era of austerity, as the nation exits the biggest international bailout in history. Greece avoided bankruptcy through $300bn of international loans since 2010. Al Jazeera's John Psaropoulos takes a look at how the past eight years have affected some of the country's youth.