Russia Update: Greece Condemns West for Rejecting Russia’s Turkish Stream as It Defaults

July 1, 2015
Panaiotis Lafazanis, Greece's minister of industrial reform, environment and energy, speaking on Rossiya 24 on June 30, 2015.

Russia may not do more than provide political support, but already Greece has indicated how it will help Russia: pushing for the new Turkish Stream pipeline and condemning the West for “torpedoing” it

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