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Russia ready to offer Greeks cash in return for assets
By Tom Parfitt and Mehreen Khan
The Telegraph, London
Tuesday, April 7, 2015
Russia could offer debt-ridden Greece controversial loans and discounts on supplies of natural gas in exchange for the country's "assets," according to reports in Moscow.
Alexis Tsipras, Greece's prime minister, is due to arrive in the city today and will meet Vladimir Putin, Russia's president, on Wednesday.
Athens' overtures to Moscow have raised fears the Leftist government is pivoting east in search of alternatives sources of finance as it bids to avoid bankruptcy. Ahead of his visit, Mr Tsipras condemned economic sanctions on Moscow as "a road to nowhere."
Greece's dalliance with the Kremlin has also attracted criticism for potentially undermining the EU's united front against Russia's military intervention in Ukraine. ...
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