The Greece spat continues, as the European Commission's (EC) Olli Rehn has said that the IMF's report is "not fair". The report, which saw the IMF admit failures over the adminstration of funds to the struggling country, has raised hairs at the EC. Rehn said that it was wrong of the IMF to "wash its hands [on Greece] and throw the dirty water at Europe".
A spokesman said yesterday that the EC “fundamentally disagreed” with the report. Rehn has now said that Greek debt relief is "not on the agenda" and that Athens should focus instead on implementation. He stated the shadow of the crisis is long, but the threat of a Eurozone breakup is now over.