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prefilter is his prime minister to his fractious sir it's a party stand behind me alexis citrus courting for unity on tuesday as bailout talks with brussels head towards a turbulent climax , citrus has until the end of the month to a versus debt default , find one point six billion euros to pay back the i. m. f. , but with his laces cash for reforms proposals dismissed as an adequate patience is running thin , site and it's an underestimation of the complexity of what's being asked of them , that sentiment echoed across the block i think the bottom line is that the ball is in the court of the greeks themselves and if they do not meet the conditions , set on the twentieth of february of this year %HESITATION i think we are in for a few very %HESITATION long nights , it was obvious already during the greek election campaign that series it was trying to play a blame game against germany we would be stupid to let ourselves be drawn into it , athens has backed down a bit , its latest plan included a higher budget surplus targets and v. a. t. hikes , but there is still no mention of cussing pensions , citrus is hopeful of clinching a political deal in talks with german chancellor angela merkel on wednesday purposes fighting a battle on two fronts , winning over lenses as well as members of his own party who vehemently oppose austerity