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realistic a warning to greece , don't expect a cash for reforms deal on monday the euro group chairman speaking after talks in paris he says progress has been made but not enough to convince lenders , i wasn't looking to shift the blame onto its creditors charging that they've all set different red lines on multiple issues making a deal impossible , the euro zone and i am f. rejecting the accusation in a rare joint statement , a burst of diplomacy on wednesday feeling to break the deadlock over major issues like pension and labor market reforms , monday the eleventh , done into a platform for , nnnnn , the e. c. b. raised his weekly cash lifeline for greek banks by two billion euros on wednesday while athens managed to scrape together funds to make a two hundred million euro interest payment to the i. m. f. , but with no deal in sight next week seven hundred and fifty million euro payment looks increasingly daunting