The Greek government is at a difficult point of the negotiations with its lenders but it has nothing to hide and it is not bluffing, prime minister Alexis Tsipras said on April 27 in an interview on TV programme Ston Eniko (Star channel).
Tsipras admitted the government had made mistakes under the pressure of the negotiation process, adding that several mistakes were also made because it was misled by the European Central Bank. “On February 18, the ECB took a decision which was politically and ethically unorthodox,” Tsipras said. “We were wrong not to ask for money in February” he said.
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