Washington, July 2 (ANI): International Monetary Fund (IMF) managing director Christine Lagarde has reiterated her call for ‘adulthood’ in ongoing Greek debt negotiations saying that Greece must pay back the money it owes the fund and that the country will not be allowed special treatment.
In an interview with CNN, Lagarde also told that until it agrees to meet its debt obligations, Greece is ineligible for any further funding.
“We cannot finance any more until the international community, that is the IMF, is paid its due,” she said.
The IMF chief added that “a bit more adulthood would still be needed” in the negotiations, given the level of uncertainty, confusions, and constant movement. (ANI)