The Greek government will submit a bill to parliament in the coming weeks to cut taxes.
That's according to newly elected Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis, who spoke at his first cabinet meeting Wednesday.
Mitsotakis - whose conservative New Democracy party won Sunday's election - pledged a series of tax cuts in the run-up to the vote,
He vowed to reduce corporate and income tax.
But the Prime Minister didn't specify which tax reforms the bill would contain.
Mitsotakis also gave his cabinet a list of priorities up to December as part of a government action plan.
(SOUNDBITE) (Greek) GREEK PRIME MINISTER, KYRIAKOS MITSOTAKIS, SAYING:
"Our opponent is only difficulty, and I'm calling upon you to roll up your sleeves, to keep our targets high and our brows low, to love our duty because we love those that have chosen us to serve them."
The Prime Minister said that despite winning a comfortable parliamentary majority, he still wants to build cooperation and alliances with other political parties.
But Mitsotakis has his work cut out as Greece recovers from a 10-year recession.
He also faces the highest unemployment rate in the euro zone at 18.1% in March.
An influential Greek think-tank IOBE predicted Wednesday Greece's economy will continue to recover at a moderate lip of around 1.8%.