Greek PM office: Agreement with troika completed from MarketWatch.com - MarketPulse LONDON (MarketWatch) -- Greek Prime Minister Lucas Papademos said in a statement on Thursday that the government's discussions with the troika of international creditors "were concluded successfully this morning on the issue which had remained open for further elaboration." The troika of international lenders are the European Union, International Monetary Fund and European Central Bank. "The political leaders have agreed on the result of these discussions," the statement said, adding that there is "general agreement on the content of the new program." The leaders of Greece's major political parties had struggled for several days to reach agreement on new austerity measures demanded by international creditors in exchange for a second bailout package. The news comes ahead of this evening's meeting of euro-zone finance ministers in Brussels where the second loan package for Greece will be discussed.