"When we receive a credible offer that will not leave doubts about achieving a viable solution, we will be the first to take it," the source told reporters.
He underscored that all the draft proposals submitted by the creditors so far have been variations of an offer put forward earlier this month.
- The Greeks will vote 'No', and an immediate Grexit will follow53.2% (1057)
- The Greeks will vote 'Yes', and the austerity policy will remain12.1% (240)
- The Troika will finally agree to work out a reasonable compromise and Greece won't have to leave the EU34.7% (689)
"If it does not lead to sustainable debt, it is not worth mentioning. We want a viable solution."
Tsipras said earlier he rejected the creditors' latest ultimatum, which included additional austerity measures, and declared Sunday's referendum to let voters decide whether or not to accept the creditors' offer. Tsipras has put his weight behind a 'No' vote, while the European leaders are urging the Greek public to vote 'Yes.'
The Greek leadership is continuing negotiations with the lenders to resolve its massive debt problem with the Tuesday night deadline, when the current bailout expires, edging ever closer.