The Parliament of Greece on Tuesday adopted a budget for 2018, voted by 153 deputies, against – 144.

This is the last budget presented in the framework of anti-crisis program, reminded the Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras. “We leave behind the age that no one wants to remember,” he said.

The document assumes that the GDP growth will amount to 2.5% after rising by 1.6% by the end of 2017, local media reported.

The primary budget surplus (excluding payments on public debt) will make this year of 2.4% of GDP, next year – 3,82% of GDP. The current program of financial assistance to Greece by international lenders, envisages a surplus of 1.75% and 3.5% of GDP, respectively.

The volume of public debt of Greece to 2018 will increase to 179,8% of GDP compared with of 178.2% of GDP by the end of this year, the document says.

Proceeds from the sale of state property should increase, respectively, to 2.73 billion euros from 1.65 billion euros .

Greece next year plans to spend a few placements of new issues of bonds with fixed rates.