Thursday, March 30, 2017

Vladimir Putin


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Greek PM Alexis Tsipras was trying to play Russia against the EU and US. Silly boy....his bluff was called by Putin and even by German FM Schäuble, who told Tsipras to go along and make a deal. In the end ...

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The Greek media story that Russia refused Greece’s request for $10 billion appears to be an attempt to divert blame from Tsipras...But what it is really going to do is infuriate Putin and the Russian government.

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Russian President Vladimir Putin and IMF Managing Director Christine Lagarde discussed the outcome of Greece's referendum over the phone, and the need for a sustainable program going forward

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Greek PM Alexis Tsipras has been playing a dangerous game with Moscow and the EU that is now falling apart...leaving Greece with few, if any options, and at the mercy of a punishing European Union.

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While Greece runs around begging Europe for some spare change, Russia is coming in with a solid plan to develop Greece into an energy hub.

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An excellent summary from the Thick Toast blog of a Paul Craig Roberts' recent interview with King World News, where Roberts explains how Russian President Vladimir Putin is set to put into play a move that will inevitably crush the ...

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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 ...
Tsipras in Moscow

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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 ...
Tsipras and Putin meet

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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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Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras is meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin. Greece could ask Moscow to bankroll a bailout, Gazprom could agree to a gas discount, or the two sides could talk about how to sidestep EU sanctions. Whatever ...
Ceremony of the new Greek Government

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The Russian government is willing to hold talks with Greece on the possible allocation of new loans and a discount on the price of gas, the Kommersant newspaper reports.
Greece Russia destiny

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Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras is headed to Russia April 8 to meet President Putin. With Russia and China emerging as an alternative to US-World Bank economics, the safe bet could be on a Russo-Greco bridge.
Tsipras 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 ...
Greek Pivot to Russia

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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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Germany's Chancellor needs to come out of hiding and start acting like a leader when dealing with Greece's debt problems and the US coup and war in Ukraine. Otherwise disaster becomes a forgone conclusion for Europe.

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The decision to push up his trip to Moscow a full month earlier than planned means Greek PM Alexis Tsipras is either looking for some bargaining leverage with EU partners, or has finally arrived at the fact that the answer ...

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Russia and Cyprus have signed a military cooperation agreement that would allow Russian navy ships to make regular port calls on the island. The deal with European Union member Cyprus, which also hosts British military bases, comes amid Russia-West tensions ...

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Russian President Vladimir Putin spoke by phone with the new Prime Minister of Greece Alexis Tsipras, congratulated him on taking office, and invited him to Russia for Victory Day celebrations. Sources close to Tsipras says he will accept the invitation.

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After the US President Barack Obama showed a renewed interest in helping Greece overcome it's debt difficulties, Russian President Vladimir Putin may be inviting Greek Prime Minister, Alexis Tsipras, to Moscow for an official visit. Various sources in Athens are ...

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Following a meeting with his Turkish counterpart Erdogan, Russian President Putin, said that Russia would redirect gas deliveries to other regions due to the European Commission's non-constructive approach to the implementation of the South Stream project. Turkey will be the ...

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