European leaders were scrambling for a response Monday after a resounding “No” from Greek voters in a momentous referendum on austerity which could send the country crashing out of the eurozone. German Chancellor Angela Merkel was to meet with French leader François Hollande in Paris after Greece overwhelmingly rejected international creditors’ tough bailout terms. The pair spoke by telephone late Sunday, declaring the decision must “be respected” and calling for an emergency eurozone summit which European Union President Donald Tusk said would be held on Tuesday. A flurry of meetings will also be held on Monday. European Commission chief Jean-Claude Juncker was to hold a teleconference on Monday morning with European Central Bank chief Mario Draghi, Tusk and Eurogroup head Jeroen Dijsselbloem. Meanwhile, German and French finance ministers were set for talks beginning in Warsaw at 08:00GMT, while the Euro Working Group of top treasury officials will meet in Brussels. European leaders reacted with dismay to the referendum result that saw the ‘No’ camp win with 61.3% against the ‘Yes’ camps’ 38.69%. Tsipras has “torn down the bridges” between Greece and Europe, Merkel’s deputy chancellor German Economy Minister Sigmar Gabriel said.