Greece Likely to Exit Euro & EU Without Deal with ‘Criminal’ Creditors

Greek Prime Minister says IMF bears ‘criminal responsibility’ for situation in Greece.


Athens is likely to leave the eurozone and the EU if it fails to reach an agreement to unlock a €7.2 billion bailout installment, said a statement from the Bank of Greece. Greek PM: “It (IMF) has been here (Greece) for five years and bears criminal responsibility for the situation in our country today.”

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