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(CNN) - The big question for world leaders at the NATO summit in Chicago – is there a way to keep Greece in the eurozone? Among those leaders is Jose Manuel Barroso, the President of the European Commission. He is insisting that Greece must not renege on its austerity promise – a promise of financial reform and deep cuts.
In an exclusive interview with Christiane Amanpour Monday, Barroso said, “This is our firm commitment, and of course it's important that now Greece respects its commitment. And just coming from the G8 summit in Camp David, it was a clear statement that all the members of G8 – not only the European Union – believe that it is in our interest that Greece stays in the euro zone.”
But just last week Alexis Tsipras, the leader of Greek’s left-wing party Syriza, told Amanpour that if he’s elected Prime Minister he would destroy many of the agreements Barroso says Greece must respect. “We will cancel the memorandum, and then we will go to renegotiate at the European level about a common way to go out to get out of this crisis.”
CNN's Nina Dos Santos reports on the possibility of Greece leaving the eurozone and finds out how it could work.