Monday, July 24, 2017


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As the prospects of a Grexit grow, Greece may be obliged to go against the European hardliners and turn to Russia for the vital economic help it will undoubtedly need.

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Russian and Greek leaders met last week in Moscow and decided to expand their cooperation in various economic and military sectors. Those cooperations are now being started.

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In an interview for Russia's RIA Novosti, Greek defense analyst Ilias Iliopoulos noted that in the interests of closer military-technical cooperation with Russia, Greece could allow the country to use of its military bases, and that this possibility may well ...

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Alexis Tsipras is looking to ease any concerns that his visit to Moscow may have raised among Greece’s European partners, saying that although Russia was a “strategic choice” for Athens, the Greek government would seek to solve its debt problem ...

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Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras' decision to take a two-day trip to meet Russian President Vladimir Putin in Moscow appears to have paid off, and will most certainly be at the expense of the reputation and powerbase of German Chancellor ...

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Greece has barely met the debt slavery deadline and transferred €448 million to the International Monetary Fund calming fears that Athens could default and leave the euro.

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Russian President Vladimir Putin to Alexis Tsipras, "Your visit could not have come at a better time, as we must analyze what we together could do to restore the former rate of growth."

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The President of the European Parliament Martin Schulz said in an interview with German Bild magazine that he advises Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras “not jeopardize the unity of the European Union” during his visit to Russia. Is that a ...

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When Alexis Tsipras visits the Kremlin on Wednesday there is a chance the Greek Prime Minister's eastern pivot will immediately bear fruit...hoping that Moscow will lift a retaliatory ban on Greek fruits and show the EU the strength of Russo-Greek ...

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April is shaping up to be a huge month for the future of the Hellenic Republic. Aside from the ongoing EU/Brussels meetings and never ending debt payments to the Troika, the May 1 bank holiday is an ominous sign of ...

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Alternate Finance Minister Dimitris Mardas said that the government was attempting to reach a deal in negotiations with its creditors but that, if one was not found, other solutions could be brought into maybe Tsipras trip to Moscow?

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As talks with Greece’s international creditors (i.e. Germany) continue to fail, the Tsipras government is preparing for a visit to Moscow next week, marking a new chapter in Greece’s foreign policy and bilateral relations with Russia...and perhaps delivering an alternative ...

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Greece does not back the West’s sanctions against Russia as this is a "road to nowhere," the country’s Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras said in an exclusive interview with TASS First Deputy Director General Mikhail Gusman on Tuesday.

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Greece Energy Minister is in Moscow discussing gas prices and food bans. The meeting will undoubtedly lay much of the groundwork for the Tsipras / Putin summit next week. Russia chance.

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With Greece facing an equally destructive choice between implementing extremely unpopular reforms or leaving the Eurozone, Greek government eyes are starting to look towards Russia as an alternative source of quick funding.

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While the stalemate between Greece and the EU (Germany in essence) continues to drag on, Greek citizens appear to be even more weary of Europe and more in tune with Russia, Eurasia and the sovereign leadership coming from the East.

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