Alexis Tsipras
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Greek PM Tsipras warns lenders bailout plans 'not realistic'

Greece's prime minister has warned international creditors not to impose humiliating terms on his country as it seeks urgently needed bailout funds.

Alexis Tsipras, who is facing growing opposition in his leftist Syriza party to the creditors' proposals, told parliament that negotiations were at a "critical" stage, but that the lenders' proposals were "not realistic".

Earlier Greece delayed Friday's €300m (£216m) debt repayment to the IMF.

James Reynolds reports from Athens.

  • 05 Jun 2015
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