The International Monetary Fund (IMF) report, which admitted "significant failures" in the handling of the Greek bailout in 2010 and the restructuring of its debt in 2012, has triggered "a war between Greece’s creditors," notes Ta Nea, the day after the document’s publication.

The European Commission has expressed its "fundamental disagreement" with the IMF conclusions, while the German government said that the terms of the rescue plan were correct.

The Athens daily writes that President of the European Central Bank (ECB) Mario Draghi has refused to admit that the ECB made any mistakes: "It is very difficult to make judgments on things that happened four years ago," the newspaper quoted Draghi as saying on June 6.