Greece has so far failed to meet all of the creditor's requirements so the remaining tranches of aid have been blocked.
On Monday, the latest attempt to reach a bridge agreement on Greece's bailout plan with the Eurozone before the February 28 deadline collapsed. Greece and the Eurozone finance ministers finally reached an agreement on the extension of Greece's bailout for four months on Friday.
The new four-month deal gives Athens some extra time to try to re-negotiate a longer-term agreement with the creditors.
Greece's debt to the troika of international creditors — the European Union, the European Central Bank and the International Monetary Fund (IMF) — is now estimated at $270 billion.
The country's newly-elected government, led by the left-wing Syriza party, has vowed to revise Greece's highly unpopular austerity measures, aimed at meeting the bailout conditions set by international creditors.