German Transport Minister Peter Ramsauer has become the country’s latest politician to raise the prospect of Greece leaving the eurozone.
In an interview with German ARD public television on Wednesday, Ramsauer said Greece will no have no alternative but to leave the eurozone if it does not receive any further loans.
Ramsauer said Germany should stop contributing to the aid for Greece if the IMF ends its help for the indebted country, Market News International reported.
“Then Greece will likely have no other choice» but to leave the eurozone, the minister said.
He suggested that a eurozone exit would not solve all of Greece’s problems.
Ramsauer is a member of the Bavarian CSU, the sister party of Chancellor Angela Merkel's center-right CDU.