Grexit? Gredge? Graccident? Grimbo? Each clever hashtag to describe Greece defaulting and leaving the eurozone is becoming more a reality, after talks between Greece and its EU creditors to unlock €7.2 billion for Athens to pay off its IMF debt failed.
“A comprehensive deal is necessary before any disbursement can take place,” Eurogroup President Jeroen Dijsselbloeme said at the press conference in Riga following the meeting Friday. “Responsibility for that relies mainly on Greece,” he said, adding that too much time was lost during the past 2 months.