Greece: David Cameron warns against delay

As urgent efforts begin in Greece to try to form a new coalition government, Prime Minister David Cameron says he want to see those involved moving quickly to resolve the eurozone crisis.

The centre-right New Democracy party, which broadly supports the country's international bailout, achieved a narrow victory in the general election.

The re-run Greek election at the weekend came after politicians had been unable to form a coalition following May's contest.

Mr Cameron made his remarks to political correspondents at the G20 summit of world leaders in Mexico.

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