Mitt Romney said Sunday that the U.S. should not try and ride to the rescue as Europe confronts its perilous debt crisis.

“We are not going to send checks to Europe. We are not going to bail out the European banks,” Romney said in an interview broadcast on the CBS program “Face the Nation.”

The European debt crisis is expected to be a major focus of discussion at the G20 summit in Mexico that begins Monday. Greek parliamentary elections on Sunday, which may dictate whether the country remains within the Eurozone or exits, could add to the turmoil.

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