BERLIN - Germany's vice chancellor is renewing Berlin's warning that further international financial aid to Greece depends on the future government sticking to deeply unpopular reform and austerity pledges.
Greeks vote for the second time in six weeks Sunday amid fears that the country could be forced out of the euro if they reject the strict austerity measures taken in return for billions of euros in rescue loans from other European countries and the International Monetary Fund.
German Vice Chancellor Philipp Roesler was quoted Saturday as telling Bild am Sonntag newspaper: "Any future government will have to continue the agreed austerity and reform course. Without reforms, there can be no further money."
Roesler, who is also Germany's economy minister, insisted that "solidarity is not a one-way street."