Chancellor Werner Faymann said it is possible that Greece will need yet more help.
Austrian News Agency said on Tuesday that with the signing of the EU fiscal pact at the Brussels summit on Friday, the crisis had not yet been overcome. It was also not certain whether the rescue packages for Greece, threatened with bankruptcy, would be adequate.
"Anyone asserting he knows it will be enough, I wouldn't trust at all", said Faymann. He did not exclude a broadening of the Euro protective umbrella. "It would not be serious, here too, to exclude that. Yes, that could be necessary." On Greece, the chancellor said, things would depend on "whether they really press through with these tough savings measures for several legislative periods."