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nnnnn it's meant to repay more than three hundred million dollars in debt next week agree says it simply doesn't have the money the government warning monday that it wants to pay its debts but it needs to borrow more if it's going to make good on the first chunk of the one point eight billion dollars it owes the i. m. f. next month no mincing of words from the country's deputy foreign minister , t. v. quote we won't pay it's that simple afton says it does have enough to pay wages and , engines for civil servants this month , and that is its priority greasy shut out a bond market so how it plans to raise cash is unclear foreign leaders of party said the country won't see another dime until it tightens its belt on pension reform that rates and budget goals , the government refuses to do athens can't even agree on the size of its debt gap for the year , its creditors say it's two billion euros in the red but the government says it's only one billion under croesus threaten to default eurozone officials said it's just a tactic aimed at squeezing more money out of foreign lenders , as it stands athens is racing towards it i am not deadline with no solution in sight for a payment it simply can't afford to make