Athens bought itself some time by paying back half a billion dollars to the International Monetary Fund (IMF). But time is short, Greece is still expected to run out of cash within weeks. 

Its creditors have frozen further aid until officials reach an agreement with the government on a package of economic reforms.

Eurozone finance ministers have also told Athens it must present acceptable proposals for fiscal, pension and labour market reform in the six days after that loan repayment was made.

Will Greece make it? And what are the implications for the eurozone?

Barnaby Phillips reports from Athens.

Source: Al Jazeera