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and there are major differences , and between us in most key areas , there has been no progress , in narrowing these differences , and thus we are rather well away , from an agreement , it's bad news for prime minister alexis tsipras who leave brussels empty handed , the after , uh that will help clear the uncertainty and healthy economy , return towards growth path because it is a shrinking , which athens said would strike a blow to the nation's poorest , the country's economy is withering desperate for the next seven billion euro injection from the so called troika the i am f. e. c. t. and european commission , but the payout hinged on a deal , and we are working k. nor the two , to assure an agreement that's , and it's a viable public debts , it's my opinion that the greek government , has to be , i think a little bit more realistic , and there's no more space for gambling there's no more time for gambling there are that the that they scuttled guy i am afraid that the someone in says that that the game is over , q. more waiting and no quick fix for the people of greece