Greece will no longer supply weapons to Ukraine


HEADS-UP: Sourced from Russian State-Controlled Media Greek Defense Minister Nikos Panagiotopoulos said that his country would no longer send weapons to Kiev, as the supply of large quantities of weapons could reduce the defense capability of Greece, especially on the islands, Euractiv reports.

Prior to this, Greece sent Ukraine two S-130 transport aircraft with military assistance, including Kalashnikov assault rifles and MANPADS.

At the same time, according to the publication, referring to recent opinion polls, 66% of Greeks do not agree with the supply of military equipment to Ukraine, and only 29% supported such a decision. 

The survey data is confirmed by recent violent clashes between Greek workers and police in Thessaloniki as locals tried to stop NATO arms supplies to Ukraine. The police had to use tear gas to disperse the protesters.

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  1. It is very bad, very bad that people of other countries do not express their protests to their governments like the Greeks. The Greek people do not want to be complicit in the war crimes of their Government.