The managing director of the International Monetary Fund Christine Lagarde argues that “Greece cannot just continuously tag along and expect that things will be sorted out” in an interview she gave to Bloomberg Markets.

In her interview, Mrs. Lagarde was highly critical of the Greek government for their stance during the crisis and noted that all of them refused to take ownership of measures and reforms, insisting that they were enforced by the troika.

You know, our job was to lend international money from the overall community – including from very low-income countries, even from poor euro area members – to a country that had to conduct reforms and that had misrepresented its numbers” she noted.

When asked on the prospects of Grexit, the IMF chief noted that “we’re not out of the Greek situation yet. And I think the present circumstances with the migration and the refugees are going to strengthen the critical role Greece is playing in the EU”.