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nnnnn beautiful to that get this one rights but greece at first sending the wrong proposals to eurozone finance ministers in brussels mixing up the drops for a plan to stop them going past new proposals from the gate greek government came in this morning , %HESITATION which %HESITATION we welcomes today , a positive step in the process , but given the very little time , to look at the proposals they were unable to , give us a full and in depth assessment , so meetings as yet ending without a breakthrough but at least they're still talking says reuters jamie mckeever , once talks break down this time and that is really %HESITATION %HESITATION , when she came over but when a senior sense of crisis they're still talking the still basis for agreement and you your group president di sibling said today the greek proposals formed a good basis for discussion okay time short but they're still talking and it seems like , if you believe the financial markets a deal will probably be struck at some point this week , round two you will see your eyes and leaders and sharing the ring greek prime minister alexis sit press going head to head with the likes of angular michel francois loans , that debate expected to last into monday night with yet more talks slated for thursday if needed nnnnn that the cash points of athens as a temporary reprieve b. c. b. agreeing to inject more emergency funding into greek banks the uribe's will keep flowing they say at least for now