Germany's parliament overwhelmingly backed a deal aimed at trimming Greece's debt load and keeping the country financially afloat today.
But the country's finance minister insisted it would be irresponsible to raise hopes of any more radical debt write-offs.
MPs voted 473-100 to back the complex deal reached by European finance ministers. There were 11 abstentions.
The vote paves the way for Greece to receive a further €44 billion (£36bn) in bailout loans.
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