Euro zone officials stand ready to discuss the terms of Greece's debt burden with Syriza—but only if the anti-austerity party sticks to the previously-agreed bailout conditions.
Jeroen Dijsselbloem, who heads the Eurogroup of euro zone finance ministers, congratulated Syriza on its victory in this weekend's national election in Greece, but refused to commit to further easing in the repayment terms of the country's international loans.
"They have made a clear victory and that deserves congratulation, and of course I wish them a lot of success in their new job in Athens. We stand ready to work with them, as we have worked with the previous Greek government," Dijsselbloem told CNBC on Monday.
But he added that Greece's international partners had already "done a lot" to lift the debt burden for Greece over the last couple of years, "in terms of interest and maturities and the length of the loans."
"We have always said that we will continue to work with them—if the Greeks commit to what we have agreed," he said.