Greece did not come up with a "concrete proposal" at a meeting of eurozone finance ministers on Tuesday, according to the Maltese premier, despite European pressure on Athens for a new debt plan.
"The absence of a concrete proposal by Greece government doesn't help this evening's eurozone leaders' meeting," Joseph Muscat wrote on Twitter, ahead of an emergency summit in Brussels later Tuesday.
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