26 July, 2017
It also confirmed the "positive development of the Greek economy", it said.
According to the state document, Greek five-year euro-denominated bonds amounting to 4 billion euros ($4.6 billion) will be priced on Tuesday with BNP Paribas, Bank of America Merrill Lynch, Citigroup, Deutsche Bank, Goldman Sachs and HSBC as joint lead managers.
The government announced Monday it was attempting a comeback to the debt markets, which it considers a test of confidence. The yield for the new bonds is reportedly around 4.75 percent.
Greece now has no need to draw money from the bond markets - but it is a necessary psychological milestone.
Tsakalotos added that Greece will do a second and third issue before the bailout expires in August 2018.
Earlier this month, eurozone finance ministers approved the latest 8.5 billion-euro ($9.9-billion) disbursement from its third global bailout, just in time for Athens to meet major debt repayments.
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The country's return comes on the same day as European Commissioner for Economic and Financial Affairs Pierre Moscovici is visiting Athens.
Its return to the markets had been predicted over recent weeks, after the country's largest creditor - the European Stability Mechanism - said last month that Greece should develop a strategy to end its three-month exile.
"Athens has voted 140 measures, the country is now in excellent position, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) also agrees", added Moscovici.
Earlier this month, eurozone finance ministers approved the latest 8.5-billion-euro ($9.9-billion) disbursement of the current bailout package, just in time for Athens to meet the deadline for major debt repayments.
Moscovici said Tuesday that debt relief could come once Greece successfully implements promised reforms and completes its previous year under the bailout programme, although he said a decision on what measures to undertake could be made earlier.
However, the IMF said it would not release any funds until the eurozone agreed on a deal to cut Greece's €314bn debt burden.