April 3, 2016

IMF Internal Meeting Predicts Greek 'Disaster', Threatens to Leave Troika

Julian Assange - Today, 2nd April 2016, WikiLeaks publishes the records of a 19 March 2016 teleconference between the top two IMF officials in charge of managing the Greek debt crisis - Poul Thomsen, the head of the IMF's European Department, and Delia Velkouleskou, the IMF Mission Chief for Greece. The IMF anticipates a possible Greek default co-inciding with the United Kingdom's referendum on whether it should leave the European Union ('Brexit').

"This is going to be a disaster" remarks Velkouleskou in the meeting. According to the internal discussion, the IMF is planning to tell Germany that it will abandon the Troika (composed of the IMF, European Commission and the European Central Bank) if the IMF and the Commission fail to reach an agreement on Greek debt relief. Read more.


IMF leak about ominous ‘event’ in Greece, ultimatum to Germany triggers Athens’ backlash (video) - RT

Government asks IMF for expenations over Wikileaks report - TOC
Greece: Endgame for the IMF-EU Feud over Greece's Debt - Spiegel

Greece And The IMF: That Wikileaks Release Is Pretty Much What We All Knew Anyway - Forbes

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