Tsipras hits back at the International Monetary Fund and Germany over the Greek debt impasse.
Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras on Saturday warned the International Monetary Fund and EU economic powerhouse Germany to stop playing with fire over the Greek debt impasse.
Tsipras opened a meeting of his far-left Syriza party. He said that he was confident a solution over repayments would be found. This even though talks between Greece and its creditors ended on Friday in Brussels with no breakthrough.
Months of feuding with the IMF has rattled markets and raised fears of a new debt crisis. Athens has resisted pressure to cut public services any more than has already been agreed with creditors.