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a warning from the greek central bank as the government and its international payments does play the blame game for failing to reach a deal event economic reforms if they can't agree the bank says the country would be on a painful course towards defaults and exiting the euro zone voices correspondent deep at abington and athens says since the talks collapsed on sunday greece has hardened its position prompting the lenders to dig in their heels and the land of the other side have been saying and that is now up to greece to move they say that they've done what they can and that makes it not presented copper counter proposal that not that they're not willing to make concessions that i concessions , time and , submit counter proposals by thursday when you're a great finance ministers meet in luxembourg , in a last ditch bid to end the standoff the austrian chancellor is an athens for talks and is calling on europe to show solidarity to countries which need it bus instead preparations are underway for a possible greg sits , the british government announcing wednesday that preparing for the west