European leaders to meet as Greeks scramble to produce new proposals

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Jeroen Dijsselbloem. Copyright European Union

European leaders are preparing to lock horns with the Greek government again, with both heads of state and finance ministers due to meet in Brussels on July 7.

A Eurogroup meeting of finance ministers is scheduled for 13.00 CET, with Greece the only item on the agenda. Following the landslide 'No' vote in yesterday's referendum, ministers "expect new proposals from the Greek authorities," the Eurogroup said in a statement.

Separately, European Council president Donald Tusk summoned heads of stat

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