French President Nicolas Sarkozy is to visit Germany in the coming days to meet with German Chancellor Angela Merkel on Greece''s debt troubles. "I will be in Germany in the coming days to continue with Chancellor Angela Merkel the collaboration and coordination works between Germany and France that has ensured the protection of Europe," Sarkozy told reporters at his presidential palace. Following a meeting with Greek Prime Minister George Papandreou in Paris, Sarkozy said he had been reassured by the Greek leader that Athens was determined to deliver on its commitments in return for European aid. He called the support for Greece a "moral obligation" for Europe. Sarkozy said that Papandreou had assured him of the "total determination of the Greek government to scrupulously put in place all commitments that Greece has taken on." "Failure of Greece would be failure for all Europe, there is no other credible alternative," said Sarkozy, who said helping Greece was a not just a "moral obligation" but an economic one. Earlier this week, Sarkozy said he would discuss details of a new Franco-German approach to solving Europe''s debt crisis following Germany''s parliamentary vote on Thursday that approved new powers for the euro zone''s 440-billion euro ($590 billion) bailout fund.