Greece sought advice on economic reforms as the Greek PM criticised the country's creditors.
Chairwoman of Düsseldorf's German-Greek Association has said the media is partly to blame for the letter.
With a €1.5 billion repayment due this month and more this summer Greece could resort to desperate measures.
The loan necessitates reforms seen as politically toxic by the previous government.
Greeks took to the streets as finance minister Yanis Varoufakis attended a meeting of his euro zone peers in Brussels.
The Greek government began negotiations with the head of the eurozone finance ministers in Athens.
Plummeting oil prices haven't stopped a gloomy economic forecast.
Prime Minister Antonis Samaras argues that the measures would be disastrous for the recession-battered country
The IMF has flagged Europe as the top concern, a sentiment echoed by many policymakers, economists and investors gathered for the fall meetings.
When it comes to purchasing power, China has pulled ahead of the U.S., the IMF says
Christine Lagarde is under formal investigation for her alleged role in a long-running political fraud case and may face trial
The BRICS countries are seeking greater economic autonomy and stability through the $100 billion project
A third of those who did pay taxes had discrepancies between income and tax declarations, including Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif.