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yet another meeting of european union finance ministers has come and gone and still no deal with grease unheard is reporter deborah giveth assassin athens the year group of finance ministers told greece that had made progress in negotiations but a deal is still far off , for now this is satisfied the greek government which was looking for that acknowledgment but it has not pleased the greek public , greeks have been waiting anxiously for four months for an agreement , athens resident kinda yoshiyuki out of these says it's time to make even more concessions , and what was that i believe the government should make some concessions and should compromise because otherwise with facing a dead ends with many changes and we don't know where it will lead us , greece now admits the liquidity situation is urgent , it had to scrape together money from an i. m. f. cash reserve account to pay its next loan installment to the i. m. f. , averting possible default once again , it is desperate for lenders to release the remaining financially to some seven billion euros , and only two weeks remaining before the deal greece has with its lenders ends , the prospect of a referendum is being thrown around by various politicians on both sides , but the outcome could be risky , and organizing it would take time , time that grease doesn't have