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greeks woke up this morning to find that country in default and their international bailout six followed no agreement as to how they're going to get money to keep the country afloat , i'm paul taylor roaches european affairs editor in brussels where finance ministers of the euro zone will hold a telephone conference later today to discuss the way forward on the greek debt crisis , greece sent a letter yesterday asking for a twenty nine billion euro loan to keep it going unpaid off its debts over the next two years but it didn't turn to say whether or not accepted the conditions that the creditors of inciting , today there is a second letter from , prime minister which appears to give some ground to walk the creditors have been asking for , we don't yet know whether that will be acceptable , finance ministers reject greece's request then greece has a difficult choice do they go ahead with the referendum the outcome of which is by no means certain the first opinion polls published today show a majority for another two but that majority seems to have narrowed since chris had , closed the banks so it's quite possible that the greek government might lose that referendum , the next payment deadline is july twentieth when greece has to pay a walking three and a half billion euros to the european central bank now if greece comepay that then obviously it's going to be extremely hard for the e. c. b. to go on keeping greek banks afloat while the greek government , is defaulting itself on the european central bank , so they have to try and get some arrangement either to get a new loan before then or to find a way of postponing or rolling over that , but the european central bank