"The Greek election will increase economic uncertainty across Europe. That's why the UK must stick to our plan, delivering security at home," Cameron wrote on his Twitter.
The Greek election will increase economic uncertainty across Europe. That's why the UK must stick to our plan, delivering security at home.— David Cameron (@David_Cameron) January 25, 2015
The radical left Siryza party, which has promised to revise Greece's austerity measures and reconsider its relations with creditors, is leading the country's parliamentary elections.
Snap parliamentary elections in Greece took place on January 25, following the current parliament's dissolution over its failure to elect a new president after three attempts.
Syriza's leader Alexis Tsipras has pledged in his pre-election campaign that his party would put an end to the widely unpopular austerity measures imposed by EU bankers, including severe budget cuts and tax hikes.
Commenting on the speculations about Greece exiting the Eurozone, Tsipras gave assurances that his party did not intend to take Greece out of the euro currency bloc.