European Commission chief Jean-Claude Juncker voiced frustration with Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras in a media report amid the deepening debt crisis.
Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras called European Commission chief Jean-Claude Juncker, their first contact on the stand-off over a bailout deal since last week.
The International Monetary Fund has lost patience over Greece and is making it known.
European Central Bank chief Mario Draghi urged all sides in the negotiations on Greece "to go the extra mile", but insisted the ball was in Athens' court.
Athens will stand its ground until its creditors become "realistic", a day after last-ditch debt talks collapsed and raised fears of a Greek default.
Crunch bailout talks between Greece and its EU-IMF creditors ended without a deal on Sunday, with a "significant gap" still remaining.
IMF chief Christine Lagarde said that Ukraine cannot use its central bank reserves to pay creditors, rebuffing a suggestion by bondholders that it do so.
Greece's creditors piled pressure on cash-strapped Athens as the IMF pulled its team out of talks and the EU warned Athens to stop gambling with the possibility of default.
The International Monetary Fund said it could continue to support Ukraine with bailout funding even if Kiev does not reach a debt restructuring deal with private creditors.
The next Foreign Investor’s Council will be dedicated to the establishment of the Astana financial center.
The IMF confirmed that Greece will be bundling four debt repayments due in June at the end of the month, averting the possibility of a Greek default.
European Commission head Jean-Claude Juncker said that "challenging" negotiations with Greece would continue, after late-night talks with premier Alexis Tsipras broke up without a deal.
Greece still rejects some of the reform plans put forward by its EU-IMF creditors but sees a willingness to reach a deal in coming days.
A world-renowned economist Nouriel Roubini has spoken about the transformation program of Kazakhstan’s Samruk Kazyna National Wealth Fund during the VIII Astana Economic Forum.
Kazakhstan’s Minister of Finance Bakhyt Sultanov answered questions of foreign guests at the VII Astana Economic Forum concerning the measures Kazakhstan had been undertaking amidst unstable oil prices.
he possibility of Greece quitting the eurozone cast a long shadow over a meeting of finance ministers from the Group of Seven leading industrialised nations.
Finance ministers and central bank governors of the Group of Seven wealthiest nations gathered in Dresden to discuss the global economy and tax evasion.
Kazakhstan has increased its quota in the authorized capital of the International Monetary Fund.
The IMF urged Brazil to get its fiscal house in order to emerge from five years of low growth as South America's largest economy unveiled a package of budget cuts.
Spanish Economy Minister Luis de Guindos said he expects Greece will reach an agreement with its bailout creditors in the "coming days".