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French Minister of Finance Michel Sapin arrives at the committee on economic and monetary affairs in Brussels, Belgium, May 7, 2015. Sapin said on Thursday that euro zone states would find a solution to the Greek debt crisis and that Greece should remain in the currency union. REUTERS/Eric Vidal

French Minister of Finance Michel Sapin arrives at the committee on economic and monetary affairs in Brussels, Belgium, May 7, 2015. Sapin said on Thursday that euro zone states would find a solution to the Greek debt crisis and that Greece should remain in the currency union. REUTERS/Eric Vidal

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French Minister of Finance Michel Sapin arrives at the committee on economic and monetary affairs in Brussels, Belgium, May 7, 2015. Sapin said on Thursday that euro zone states would find a solution to the Greek debt crisis and that Greece should remain in the currency union. REUTERS/Eric Vidal

French Finance Minister Michel Sapin said a new British government should not count on being able to renegotiate EU treaties as Prime Minister David Cameron said he will do if he wins Thursday's general election.

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