Germany angrily dismissed the demands
Greece is threatening to seize property, land and businesses belonging to Germany if Berlin does not agree to compensate it for the Nazi occupation of the Second World War.
Prime minister Alexis Tsipras has demanded Germany pay more than £112billion in reparations.
He said previous payments did not cover demands for destroyed infrastructure, compensation for war crimes and the return of a forced loan to the Nazis.
|Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras, who says that Germany owes his country compensation worth hundreds of billions of euros due to the Nazi occupation during the Second World War|
In an emotive address to his parliament he spoke of his government pursuing its ‘duty to history’ and the people who ‘fought and gave their lives to defeat Nazism’. Germany angrily dismissed the demands yesterday, saying it had paid reparations to Greece.
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