EU commission head Jean-Claude Juncker said on Monday he felt "betrayed" by the failure of Athens to agree on a bailout deal with EU ministers, despite the huge efforts made.
"After all the efforts I deployed from the commission, I feel betrayed because these efforts were insufficiently taken into account," Juncker said at a news briefing.
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