The Irish Times says the European commission insists its rescue plan remains in place and has urged Greece to act responsibly.
The paper says the commission has urged Greek leaders to fully execute the country’s second EU-IMF bailout after pro-bailout parties failed to achieve enough support in the weekend elections to form a government.
Most Greeks backed parties opposed to the austerity plan tied to the rescue package but, says the paper, this has raised doubt over the viability of a plan hammered out in months of talks with the country’s leaders.
On Monday, the commission said it remained in place and called on Greek leaders to act responsibly.
EU economics commissioner Olli Rehn said, “I want to say that full and timely implementation of the programme is of the essence in order to meet the targets, and not only the targets, in order to meet the sustainability of the Greek debt."
The move comes, says the BBC, as Greece struggles to put together a coalition government in the wake of Sunday's elections.