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Antonis Samaras’ comments, printed Thursday, come amid a diplomatic push to earn his debt-crippled nation more time to complete reforms and hold on to its bailout loans. Without the access to the bailout funds, Greece would be forced into a chaotic default on its debts and be forced out of the eurozone.

Following meetings in Athens on Wednesday with Jean-Claude Juncker, who chairs meetings of eurozone finance ministers and is also Luxembourg’s prime minister, he heads to Berlin on Friday to meet with Chancellor Angela Merkel, and to France on Saturday for talks with President Francois Hollande.

Ahead of that, Hollande is coming to Berlin on Thursday to meet with Merkel himself as the eurozone’s two biggest economic powers try to determine what should be done.

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