There is a "solidarity fund" planned. What ever that means exactly. It is still unclear if Germany is going to accept it. Reuters quotes a German representative saying that:
The German representative[..]emphasized that "we stand ready to find a solution immediately" as long as the parameters of the bailout agreed among euro zone finance ministers on Saturday are respected.
Which leads me to think that this is increasingly a matter of principle for Germany, because that quote means nothing, Germany basically still says NEIN!(We are prepared for a compromise as long as it is exactly, the plan that you did not get through parliament?!). The Euro-Sceptic party will be extremely happy with any outcome that could still be achieved.
Additionally, Cypriots will not tolerate the banking situation much longer. One and a half weeks (until Tuesday next week)? And no real end in sight? No rescue. No reopened banks.