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the special leaders of the eurozone ending their emergency meeting tuesday with a firm message to grief you have five days or go bust germany's angle merkel now showing even a hint of softening saying condition still have not been met to even restart negotiations , calling on greece to present a detailed loan update after failing to do so before tuesday's me , that may give greece prime minister suppressed and his new finance minister some breathing room but the situation is getting dire for greek citizens says reuters paul taylor recalled thanks a running out of money they could be out of money within a very few , closed people can only take sixty arose out today that finding it hard even to do that and having to stand in line , so really we're very close to the end of the line and unless there is some new agreement to get grease funds then the bank's risk going on , but it's hardly looking hopeful finance ministers have already called a meeting for saturday to review greece's proposal and a full year old summit of all twenty eight nations has been called for sunday is exhaustion there's exasperation we have a lot of anger about priests today %HESITATION people european leaders and finance ministers who are fed up with , to talk about , been going on five years , and a solution , if there is no agreement on sunday then it will be time to prepare for plan b. , creasing lee likely