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The EU should closely watch, as Russia is trying to open a window to Europe via Athens

on Wed Jul 08, 2015 4:34 pm
The European Union closely watching Russian attempts to increase its influence on the European continent from the crisis in Greece. This was said to "Interfax" a European source in Moscow.

"With interest watched as Russia again cuts a window to Europe. At this time - through Athens "- a spokesman said.

As you know, Greece is experiencing an economic crisis, the urgent need to further presence of Greece in the euro zone. According to the results of the referendum "no" to the proposals said 61.31% of creditors voted in support of the 38.69% of the participants were in favor of the referendum. Eurozone Greece expects new proposals to resolve the crisis.

The issue of possible financial aid from Russia Greece is irrelevant, said yesterday the Minister of Economic Development of Russia Alexei Ulyukayev. "This issue is not on the agenda (of a possible financial assistance from the Russian Federation Greece). Greece neither of which did not ask for help, we did not consider this question ", - said the minister.

On the other hand, Russian Finance Minister Anton Siluanov did not rule out that someday Greece projects could be financed from the bank of BRICS. "Perhaps in the future projects in Greece and other countries will be one of those which will be sent to the bank's money BRICS, but it will happen in the future, non-RunFast" - the minister said after a meeting of finance ministers of BRICS.

On Monday, at the initiative of Athens held a telephone conversation of Russian President Vladimir Putin and Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras. "They discussed the outcome of the referendum in Greece on the conditions of international creditors of financial aid to Athens, as well as some issues of further development of Russian-Greek cooperation", - the press service of the Kremlin following talks.

Putin expressed his support for the people of Greece in overcoming the difficulties facing the country, the press service said.

According to the Russian president's aide Yuri Ushakov, Tsipras briefed Putin on the situation in Greece, that contacts with European creditors continue. In Russian

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