Greece is on the list of countries hostile to Russia

The Russian government on Monday, March 7 approved a list of countries “carrying out hostile actions against Russia, its companies and citizens” after the invasion of Ukraine.

Greece is also on the list. But Turkey, despite its membership in NATO, is not included in it. Although the list contains all the countries of the alliance. In this list: all member countries EU together with Greece, USA and Canada, Ukraine, UK, Montenegro and Switzerland, Andorra and Albania, Iceland and Liechtenstein, Monaco and San Marino, Norway and North Macedonia, South Korea and Japan, Australia and Micronesia, Singapore and New Zealand, Taiwan and Switzerland. The TASS report says:

“Countries and territories from the list imposed sanctions against Russia after the start of a special military operation of the Russian Armed Forces in Ukraine.”

A decree of the government of the Russian Federation established a new temporary procedure for the fulfillment of their foreign exchange obligations by Russian citizens and companies, the state and all its regions: unfriendly countries can only count on receiving rubles instead of currency at the appropriate rate. This procedure applies to payments exceeding 10 million rubles per month (approximately 68,280 euros at today’s exchange rate), writes newsbeast.gr.

Earlier, our publication wrote that the press secretary of the Russian Foreign Ministry, Maria Zakharova accused Greece in gross accusations against Russia. At the same time, she noted: “Time will put everything in its place, it will show who was right, and who, at a critical moment, showed ignorance, made the wrong choice. We believe that the eternal ties that unite the peoples of Russia and Greece will withstand these trials”.



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