A pedestrian passes a stencil graffiti mocking German Chancellor Angela Merkel in Athens, Tuesday, June 2, 2015. (AP Photo/Thanassis Stavrakis)
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Greece said Tuesday it had sent a comprehensive reform proposal to its international creditors, urging them to be realistic and accept the plan to clinch a long delayed deal to release frozen aid before Athens runs out of cash.The leaders who met in Berlin agreed to work with "real intensity" to try to wrap up the negotiations in the coming days and to keep in touch with each other and with Tsipras.Their meeting showed that national and international leaders have now taken the battle to keep Greece in the eurozone into their own hands after months of insisting it was a matter for technical negotiations among experts.Greek officials played down talk of new pension proposals.Moscovici deflected Greek demands for official debt relief, saying the issue of making Greek debt sustainable in the longer term would only be addressed once Athens had accepted a cash-for-reform deal to release some 7.2 billion euros in frozen aid.Labour Minister Panos Skourletis said on Skai TV that Greece could not make any more concessions for a deal and it was up to the creditors to make concessions now.
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