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nnnnn negotiations between greece and its creditors are all but over after prime minister seacrest's announced a surprise referendum overnight i'm deep about intent chief correspondent for reuters increase with doubts about the country's future in the eurozone have grown the prime minister who had been in brussels and ego cheating with the country's creditors flew home on friday evening huddled with us and cabinet ministers and shortly after midnight made in surprise and , and , this plan , a friend and has also , shop , and they say that if chris is not willing to reach a deal with %HESITATION creditors by june thirtieth when its bailout expires then it then it is on its own the country is now and uncharted waters what will happen next is not clear %HESITATION it is quite clear at this moment that it has very little time to find and deal and a ferret a default on tuesday when it faces of one point six billion euros %HESITATION go to page of the i m. s. it remains to be seen what really happens in the next few days whether agrees future becomes very clear or if i'm greece is moving towards eurozone exit