Greece has not managed to reach a deal with its creditors at the latest Eurogroup meeting in Luxembourg, and officials said they would hold a new summit on Monday.
Euro zone finance ministers were meeting in Luxembourg for a session that had been billed as the final chance to reach a cash-for-reform deal.
Greece owes the International Monetary Fund 1.6 billion euros ($1.8 billion) by the end of June. It has not been able to reach a deal for austerity measures and pension reform that would satisfy creditors.
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