Eurozone leaders will meet with the Greek Prime Minister later for the first time since Sunday’s referendum.
Alexis Tsipras will present new proposals to an emergency eurozone summit in Brussels for a deal on his country’s deepening debt crisis.
It comes after the European Central Bank decided to maintain its emergency funding to Greek banks, which will remain closed until Thursday.
German chancellor Angela Merkel yesterday said Greece must come up with a workable plan if a deal is to be made.
David Charter is the Berlin correspondent for the Times newspaper, and is currently in Athens – he says the German leader doesn’t have much room to negotiate.