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Can France and Germany agree over Greece?

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New French president Francois Hollande is travelling to Berlin to discuss the future of the Eurozone with German Chancellor Angela Merkel. What will the meeting mean for the future of Greece and the Eurozone?

Karine Berger, parliamentary candidate for Francois Hollande's party, says Francois Hollande will do what is needed to keep Greece inside the eurozone.

The world will see France and Germany "as one voice" on the issue, she said.

Dr Michael Fuchs, a close ally to Angela Merkel, believes Greece has to follow "very strictly" the path set by the EU. Greece must stay in the euro but "follow the rules", he adds.


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