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defying it's paying authors once again grease on thursday refusing to bring in spending cuts the could unlock a wave of frozen aid that it desperately needs email you system our position remains the same red lines that we have stated include that there will not be a reduction in pensions not in any circumstances athens also says it won't be cutting civil service jobs which the u. n. international monetary fund are demanding in fact prime minister alexis tsipras pasta low on thursday allowing four thousand public sector workers to pete re hired greece is running out of money fast but its lenders say it won't see another penny until the government makes serious spending cuts europe finance ministers that hope to reach a bailout deal with athens before a meeting on monday that's effectively been ruled out , the greek government is now asking for permission to sell more of its debts agree back so that it can free up some cash and pay back around eight hundred and fifty million dollars to the i. n. f. that would be a decision for the european central bank to make close sources telling reuters it's almost definitely going to be a no freezes biggest lender germany has ruled out any further talks until athens makes good on its current bailout in the past five years greece's board more than two hundred fifty billion dollars for its economy has shrunk twenty five percent in that time poverty is soaring and a quarter of the workforce is now unemployed