The disbursement or tranche had been delayed with the so-called Eurogroup allowing Greece two days to come into full compliance with terms set out by lenders.
The Wall Street Journal reported European Commission spokesman Simon O'Connor said the Eurogroup also agreed to transfer $2 billion to Greece out of profits earned by the European Central Bank's bond-buying program.
Friday's agreement puts the question of aid to Greece on hold temporarily. In the fall, finance ministers will meet to discuss how much of the loans to Greece the Eurogroup would forgive. That debate will be part of a broader debate on reducing government debt in Athens, which is currently at 160 percent of the country's gross domestic product.
The debate is expected to be contentious, the Journal said.
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