Merkel says Greece must stick to agreements

By REUTERS
June 16, 2012 14:59

 
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DARMSTADT, Germany - German Chancellor Angela Merkel ruled out renegotiating Greece's bailout on Saturday, saying a day before Greeks go to the polls that agreements with international lenders have to be stuck to.

"That's why it's so important that the Greek elections preferably lead to a result in which those that will form a future government say: 'yes, we will stick to the agreements'," Merkel said at a party conference of the Christian Democrats in the state of Hesse.

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