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Italy’s Premier Mario Monti met Friday with Greek Prime Minister Antonis Samaras on the sidelines of a political conference in Rome.

A statement from Monti’s office said the two leaders reiterated their conviction of “the absolute need to safeguard the integrity of the eurozone, stabilize markets and proceed in the process of European integration.”

Samaras’ coalition government has yet to agree on the final list of €11.5 billion ($15 billion) worth of cuts so the country can get bailout cash. Without the money, Greece might default and abandon the euro, unleashing new financial gloom across the continent.

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