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five people who hold greece's fate in their hands angola michael francois our lands mario druggie junk toward your anchor and christine like gods all meeting for late night talks in berlin on monday resulting in an agreement to work with real intensity to reach a deal deeper babington is reuters chief correspondent in athens , greek officials today have come out and said at and they will not accept a take it or leave it am dealer that's what am on often out of this is not a new position and the greek government , that it will not , that it will not accept blackmail without to cash for reforms deal athens risks default or bankruptcy in weeks , it owes the i. m. f. one point six billion euros in various installments in june with the first payment g. friday greece's lenders may bend a little but it's likely that prime minister i'd sit press will need to concede much more unlocked aid until now his insistence that he won't give way on pension or labor market reforms , the party line is becoming increasingly confused , there was a report in the german and newspaper as well as am european fascination there and most of the she today we saying that chris has made some concessions on pension reform and we have the greek government if the government official telling us is that that's not the case that and big that athens position is that it has been flexible on pension reform that has already made some concessions the e. u. and i am ass insist athens must commits to reforms say they can at least pretends that greece's gargantuan debt is on a down which cost , the euro zone once a solution by friday to allow time to secure parliamentary backing from all member states , an e. u. official telling reuters that any of it athens weren't to be framed as an ultimatum but neither was there any talk of concessions from its creditors