Greece's finance minister said on Monday it was time the finger-pointing in debt talks with its EU-IMF creditors stopped and that both sides "come to an agreement".
After a weekend spat between Athens and the EU over planned reforms, Yanis Varoufakis told reporters on a visit to Berlin: "It is time to stop pointing fingers at one another and it is time that we do our job… to come to an agreement.”
He was quoted in the Greek press Sunday as calling Brussels' latest demands for economic reforms by Athens "borderline insulting", while EU commission chief Jean-Claude Juncker accused Greece's premier of misrepresenting the proposals.
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