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Germany rejects Greece’s call to negotiate over War Reparations

The German government shows not a single sign of willingness to negotiate with Greece over the claimed reparations from WWI and WWII. A day after Athens officially called on Berlin to join the negotiations table, the response came from the German Foreign Ministry. The issue was “legally and politically settled,” …

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Greece officially invites Germany to negotiate on WWII & WWI reparations

Athens has officially called on Berlin to come to the negotiations table with regards to the German WWII reparations including the enforced loan during the occupation by the Nazis April 1941- October 1944. And not only. According to the Greek Foreign Ministry, Athens has claims also from the WWI. It …

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Greek Parliament Plenary discuss “German WWII Reparations”, to adopt Resolution

The Plenary of the Greek Parliament is discussing on Wednesday the findings of a Special Parliamentary Committee on Greece’s reparations claims from Germany for atrocities and the enforced loan during World War II. At the end of the debate lawmakers will be called to vote for the relevant resolution. It …

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Greek President reiterates call for German WWII reparations

Greek President Prokopis Pavlopoulos renewed the demand for war reparations from Germany owed to Greece from the time when the Nazi forces had occupied the country, during the World War II. During a visit to the village Kommeno by Arta in Western Greece, Pavlopoulos reiterated the Greek demand. The country …

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Greece Estimates German WWII Reparations at 7.5 Billion Euro

Greek Finance Ministry tries to estimate the amount Germany should pay to Greece as reparations for damages, atrocities and enforced loans during the World War II, alternate Finance Minister Christos Staikouras briefed the Parliament. According to estimations of the team in charge of the case, the amount for reparations reaches almost …

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