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The Greek Parliament ratified the agreement with the Russian Federation on the supply of military products

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On the eve of the Greek Parliament ratified the agreement with the Russian Federation on the supply of military products. The document itself was signed by representatives of the two countries back in December 2013, and then, under the pressure of Brussels, Greece “thought for a long time” whether to give it a move or not. As a result, the agreement was ratified by an overwhelming majority of votes of the Greek parliamentarians. Reports about it RIA News.


The Greek Parliament ratified the agreement with the Russian Federation on the supply of military products


It is noteworthy that all the parliamentary factions in Greece, with the exception of the Communist Party, favored the ratification of the agreement on the supply of military products. The Greek "communists" decided to abstain.

The agreement will be valid for five years, after which it can automatically be renewed for another five years, if neither party notifies the other of its intention to terminate the contract.

The Russian-Greek document refers to the procedure and conditions for the supply of military products and the protection of intellectual property. An important point of the document is the clause that military products entering Greece can only be used by Greece itself. Athens will not be able to re-export and transfer arms to third parties without special permission from the Russian Federation.

It is worth recalling that Greece is the only NATO country with Russian C-300 air defense systems.
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  1. Darkoff
    Darkoff 13 January 2016 07: 05 New
    17
    The news is good, but useless. The Greeks are heavily indebted and unlikely under the current government to be able to buy anything serious.
    1. chikenous59
      chikenous59 13 January 2016 07: 25 New
      18
      True, but no one canceled the barter.
      1. uge.garik
        uge.garik 13 January 2016 07: 59 New
        +8
        ... right !, and you can talk about the islands of Dardonel ...
      2. atalef
        atalef 13 January 2016 08: 07 New
        -18
        Quote: chikenous59
        True, but no one canceled the barter.

        Barter?
        And what does Greece produce?
        1. Falcon
          Falcon 13 January 2016 08: 27 New
          13
          Quote: atalef
          Barter?
          And what does Greece produce?


          Well, what about




          Joke of course laughing
        2. Red_Hamer
          Red_Hamer 13 January 2016 08: 29 New
          -2
          Along the beaches, the sun, sand with a big discount gee gee))
        3. Xergey
          Xergey 13 January 2016 08: 44 New
          15
          We will give them armaments, they will give us land under the base, such a barter will be.
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        5. Alexander Romanov
          Alexander Romanov 13 January 2016 08: 56 New
          -6
          Quote: atalef
          And what does Greece produce?

          Arrears laughing Sanya is healthy. 18 00, kefir and milk wink
          1. atalef
            atalef 13 January 2016 09: 06 New
            -9
            Quote: Alexander Romanov
            Quote: atalef
            And what does Greece produce?

            Arrears laughing Sanya is healthy. 18 00, kefir and milk wink

            I'm at 18.30. Coffee and cake
            Serpent. Far Eastern
          2. kartalovkolya
            kartalovkolya 13 January 2016 12: 08 New
            0
            Good afternoon, dear Alexander, I just want to remind you of the struggle for the independence of the Greeks and that St. Fedor Ushakov was the author of the first Greek Constitution!
        6. chikenous59
          chikenous59 13 January 2016 11: 59 New
          0
          Quote: atalef
          Barter?
          And what does Greece produce?

          The product does not have to be tangible. There are various services.
          We have no fools sitting on top, they will find benefit for themselves
        7. Angry orc
          Angry orc 13 January 2016 15: 46 New
          +1
          Well, what, gentlemen, there was nothing wrong with that, for a person (or a bat?) Is simply too lazy to search on the Internet what Greece produces and he did not hesitate to ask)
      3. Red_Hamer
        Red_Hamer 13 January 2016 08: 27 New
        -2
        Damn, the New Year holidays have already ended, there were enough oranges for everyone)) what else will they pay for, with resorts for our "elites"?
        1. avia1991
          avia1991 13 January 2016 08: 38 New
          +4
          Quote: Red_Hamer
          what else will they pay with resorts for our "elites"?
          The Greeks, as far as I know, have several centers for the provision of high-tech medical care, including unique operations, and rehabilitation centers. In a good way, we could use it, because ours cannot cope with the general flow of patients .. and millions of sickly people are sawing under this business.
    2. Lelek
      Lelek 13 January 2016 08: 17 New
      +4
      Quote: DarkOFF
      The news is good, but useless.


      Well why. After all, the agreement does not oblige us to sell the most advanced, and missiles for the S-300 in exchange for food products would not be a bad “chanch”, but the problem is that Greece supported the EU sanctions against the Russian Federation. what
      1. Blondy
        Blondy 13 January 2016 10: 20 New
        +2
        Do not forget, the Greeks didn’t just ratify the agreement, they probably already tormented the Turks with giving Chinese warnings about Turkish planes. who fly over Greece like at home. Well, there are also Cypriot old affairs. And now the situation around Turkey is being chaotic, maybe that’s what they say in troubled waters, in response to the old, sore.
    3. Zoldat_A
      Zoldat_A 13 January 2016 08: 17 New
      10
      Quote: DarkOFF
      The Greeks are heavily indebted and unlikely under the current government to be able to buy anything serious.

      And they are not required to buy anything. It takes the opportunity to take what they give.

      For example, if the Greeks shot down a Turkish plane flying over Greece. NATO will fall on Greece, defending Turkey? Or will the Turks send troops to Greece? In the second version, the Greeks may have not only C-300, but in the first - the whole world will see the price of the famous fifth article of the NATO charter, which everyone so counts on - from Poles and Baltic states to Ukraine and Turkey. And finally they will give themselves the work to CAREFULLY read it and understand EVERY word. In the same place, for even the middle hand of a lawyer - paradise, in every word there is a clue or double interpretation ...
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      2. donavi49
        donavi49 13 January 2016 09: 21 New
        +1
        The Greeks and without C-300 have the strongest air forces in the Region and 2-3 in Europe as a whole. They have more F-16 and they are much newer than Turkey, they also have AMRAAM С7.

        But if the Turks drop their Janissaries into Greece, then the Greeks will fall off quickly, there ground forces reduce each year + cut money for training, if pilots fly at least 75 hours, average 90-100, then for a soldier 20-30 cartridges for service, 2- 3 field outputs, not a single BTU is the norm.
    4. kartalovkolya
      kartalovkolya 13 January 2016 12: 05 New
      +1
      Debts are debts, but Greece is not Gut for Turkey, but for us this is something! And what can I say, Greek holidays are no less pleasant for our people than Turkish garbage dumps, at least we are people of the same faith, and who needs the question more, and how N.S. used to say Khrushchev is a good opportunity to "... launch a NATO hedgehog in his pants ..."!
  2. avvg
    avvg 13 January 2016 07: 06 New
    15
    It is very difficult for Greeks with Brussels bureaucrats, but they are all trying to be a friendly country with us.
  3. Electrical
    Electrical 13 January 2016 07: 06 New
    +6
    1. But what about the sanctions that Greece supported?
    2. Does Greece have money?
    1. Alexander Romanov
      Alexander Romanov 13 January 2016 07: 24 New
      10
      with the exception of the Communist Party. The Greek "Communists" decided to abstain.
      Well, what else can we expect from the real Communists. Our Communist Party never votes in the Duma for anything, and these same slabs.
      For clarification - Lizoblyud - disholysis, parasite; alumina, bastard, slave, slime, flatterer, servant, footman, sneak, engrafter, henchman, lackey, errand, licking, six, servant ...
      1. V.ic
        V.ic 13 January 2016 07: 32 New
        15
        Quote: Alexander Romanov
        For clarification - Lizoblyud - disholysis, parasite; alum, ... licking, six, servant ..

        Good description of "EP"! Bravo! good
        1. Alexander Romanov
          Alexander Romanov 13 January 2016 07: 36 New
          -2
          Quote: V.ic
          Good description of "EP"

          I wrote about the Communist Party and the Greek Communists! You probably didn’t notice, well, communists often do not worry.
          1. V.ic
            V.ic 13 January 2016 08: 38 New
            +5
            Quote: Alexander Romanov
            I wrote about the Communist Party and the Greek Communists! You probably haven’t noticed

            Noticed, drew attention, praised. You gave a good description! I like it!
            Quote: Alexander Romanov
            dishtolysis, parasite; alumina, bastard, slave, slime, flatterer, servant, footman, sneak, engrafter, henchman, lackey, errand, licking, six, servant ...

            We put down the plural ... the complex characteristic of "EdRo" ... definitely!
            Quote: Alexander Romanov
            nothing wrong with the Communists it often happens.

            At "EdRo" is rarely it happens?
            1. Alexander Romanov
              Alexander Romanov 13 January 2016 08: 45 New
              0
              Quote: V.ic

              We put down the plural ... the complex characteristic of "EdRo" ... definitely!

              How do you Communists like to translate arrows when you are caught red-handed. You can twist everything further, only the Communist Party and the Greek Communists will continue to abstain and you can’t fix the text of the article.
              1. bulvas
                bulvas 13 January 2016 09: 35 New
                0
                Quote: Alexander Romanov
                How do you Communists like to translate arrows when you are caught red-handed. You can twist everything further, only the Communist Party and the Greek Communists will continue to abstain and you can’t fix the text of the article.


                The Greek Communists, apparently, like ours, love the Chinese, and they would vote for Chinese technology with all three hands

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              3. V.ic
                V.ic 13 January 2016 10: 51 New
                +2
                Quote: Alexander Romanov
                Gee gee

                Sparklingly! "My tongue is my enemy: before the mind speaks" / proverb /.
                1. Alexander Romanov
                  Alexander Romanov 13 January 2016 11: 08 New
                  0
                  Quote: V.ic
                  "My tongue is my enemy: before the mind speaks" / proverb /.

                  Yes, I noticed from your comments.
                  1. V.ic
                    V.ic 13 January 2016 11: 56 New
                    +1
                    Quote: Alexander Romanov
                    Yes, I noticed from your comments.

                    Consider a warning?
          2. avia1991
            avia1991 13 January 2016 08: 42 New
            +5
            Quote: Alexander Romanov
            I wrote about the Communist Party

            And what - governors and officials of all stripes are somewhat different? And they are almost completely EdRovtsy ..
            1. Alexander Romanov
              Alexander Romanov 13 January 2016 08: 52 New
              -4
              Quote: avia1991

              And what - governors and officials of all stripes are somewhat different? And they are almost completely EdRovtsy ..

              They differ in that they vote at least for the budget, unlike the Communist Party of the Russian Federation.
              1. avia1991
                avia1991 13 January 2016 10: 32 New
                +3
                Quote: Alexander Romanov
                vote for the budget, unlike the Communist Party.

                I agree. Only the Communist Party had well-founded reservations, in particular, at the price of oil, and now their assumptions are justified. What to do with this? Maybe the case is in the "incompetent majority" in power?
                And then: we are talking about the party "ER" - and this is not only the deputies of the State Duma. And the main EdRovets steers our economy somehow .. uncertainly, and it seems, NOT THERE.
                1. Alexander Romanov
                  Alexander Romanov 13 January 2016 11: 10 New
                  -2
                  Quote: avia1991
                  Only the Communist Party had well-founded reservations,

                  True, then I’ll justify you differently.
                  Zyuganov speaks and criticizes the sphere where something goes wrong.
                  But where there are pluses, he immediately assigns this achievement to himself and to no one else. Even despite the fact that he was originally opposed. A hypocrite with a capital letter!
                  1. weis223
                    weis223 13 January 2016 12: 49 New
                    +1
                    Here I read how you are biting here, and the thought creeps in that what a mess happened and you can end up in the same trench as Zhirinovites, Zyuganovites and (not to be said by night) Edrosovtsy. Probably non-partisan will be calmer before the battle to somehow protect themselves. Just kidding ....
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  4. samarin1969
    samarin1969 13 January 2016 07: 07 New
    +8
    The sad tradition is to sell weapons and build nuclear power plants only in bankrupt countries or tricky Indians.
    1. mojohed2012
      mojohed2012 13 January 2016 07: 18 New
      +5
      Respect.
      The cunning Indians and the Chinese are still cunning comrades. In words they softly lay, but the conditions are harsh.
    2. bulvas
      bulvas 13 January 2016 09: 38 New
      0
      Quote: samarin1969
      The sad tradition is to sell weapons and build nuclear power plants only in bankrupt countries or tricky Indians.


      Strange saying

      Who cares who pays us?

      Other countries sell and do not bother

      In general, the main "friend" buys rocket engines, and now what is to refuse?




      1. avia1991
        avia1991 13 January 2016 10: 40 New
        +1
        Quote: bulvas
        In general, the main "friend" buys rocket engines, and now what is to refuse?

        And why not? I would refuse. How many commodity circulation with amerikosy are there ... horseradish yes manenko? What are we losing? ..
        And they, thanks to our engines, put into orbit by no means just “good” cargoes. Plus they are actively moving their space program, the results of which are unlikely to be shared with them. And this is completely different money!
      2. samarin1969
        samarin1969 13 January 2016 16: 46 New
        +1
        like Venezuela, they gave a loan and they sold weapons with this money ... similarly to the "Argentine" nuclear power plants ... Maduro blew up the elections - no money, no weapons + revision of oil contracts
  5. Yak28
    Yak28 13 January 2016 07: 07 New
    +3
    How is it possible to sell weapons to a country that is part of a military bloc hostile to Russia? The same is true if Russia bought NATO missile systems from Greece, some kind of nonsense.
    1. mojohed2012
      mojohed2012 13 January 2016 07: 20 New
      +3
      Yes, it's just a propaganda device like that. Ours decided to troll the NATO European bureaucrats. Those who find out about this - they will raise the screech and Tsipras for --- Tsa pull up, they say where you climb?
      1. avia1991
        avia1991 13 January 2016 08: 45 New
        +1
        Quote: mojohed2012
        Ours decided to troll the NATO European bureaucrats.

        This is not ours - the Greeks decided it. Ours proposed in the 13th year .. And the Greeks make it clear to the Brussels: “You don’t push us hard - but we have someone to turn to!” "Diversification" policy wassat
    2. adept666
      adept666 13 January 2016 08: 28 New
      0
      How is it possible to sell weapons to a country that is part of a military bloc hostile to Russia? The same is true if Russia bought NATO missile systems from Greece, some kind of nonsense.
      Why nonsense? Not so long ago, we wanted to buy NATO ships, we looked at armored cars, we even produce one under license (we really don’t know whether we continue or not), our special forces have a lot of small arms of foreign manufacture, military equipment almost all until recently had foreign electronic component base. It's time to move away from stereotypes. The USA won buys from us the RD-180 / RD-181 and doesn’t worry much (except for one gorlop who tasted the Vietnamese grubs, so to speak, and the campaign was filled with a terrible resentment against everything related to our missiles laughing ), the French use our LV Union. This is an advertisement for our weapons (even the NATO country uses it smile ), and if you are afraid that they will study it, then they are not bad at learning it alone. The Red Flag is just what it costs (I think our Indian comrades also gave us guts where you can get to see). Something after these exercises began to speak a little more restrainedly about our cars (otherwise it was a matter of 1:20 in the event of a conflict smile ) Yes, and export cars are different from the drill for our VKS.
      1. avia1991
        avia1991 13 January 2016 10: 43 New
        0
        Quote: adept666
        Not so long ago, we wanted to buy NATO ships, we looked at armored cars, we even produce one under license

        WE didn’t want to! And whoever wanted to was sitting in Russian Helicopters, he was warming his ass (sorry for being rude).
        Those times, I hope, are over.
        1. adept666
          adept666 13 January 2016 11: 41 New
          0
          WE didn’t want to!
          You may not have wanted it, but the MO is quite for yourself. Do you seriously believe in fairy tales about one who warms something there? We needed to gain experience in the construction of the UDC and we got it, and this is the main thing for which it was all planned (although not only ... there was still hope to create stronger cooperative ties with French shipbuilders, following the example of aircraft manufacturers)
  6. viktor561
    viktor561 13 January 2016 07: 09 New
    +5
    Well, they filled up the military-industrial complex with orders, and Serbia also asks for weapons - well, maybe the military-industrial complex will help to overcome the crisis in the economy
    1. mojohed2012
      mojohed2012 13 January 2016 07: 21 New
      +3
      Only on credit to give gifts to "friends"? Xm. This we have already passed under the USSR. These friends completely betrayed us and debts still return "in words".
  7. Decathlon
    Decathlon 13 January 2016 07: 09 New
    11
    "... possessing Russian S-300 air defense systems ..."
    Ah, to sense ?! Pilots of Turkish fighters shook their cigarette butts off them ...
    1. mojohed2012
      mojohed2012 13 January 2016 07: 24 New
      +1
      Tochnik. Give them at least C-400 / 500 2 regiment + Buki + armor. In short - create a whole fortified air defense region, all the same, the Turks will fly wherever they want, and they will not pick up within the EU, which means they will want to join NATO - at any moment they will destroy all this army, because 4. they cannot be counteracted “politically”, because the Greeks finally caved in under the state of Germany.
      1. Vladimirets
        Vladimirets 13 January 2016 07: 42 New
        +3
        Quote: mojohed2012
        within the EU, they will not pick it, which means they will want to join NATO - at any moment they will destroy all this army, because 4. they cannot be counteracted “politically”, because the Greeks finally caved in under the state of Germany.

        Something you, dear, dumped everything in a heap: the Greeks are in the EU, but there are no Turks, and both countries are in NATO. request
  8. rotmistr60
    rotmistr60 13 January 2016 07: 20 New
    0
    All this is possible well, but the main thing is not to borrow.
    Pilots of Turkish fighters shook their cigarette butts off them ...

    Well said, figuratively and intelligibly.
  9. inkass_98
    inkass_98 13 January 2016 07: 22 New
    0
    And I already thought that the Greeks will transfer military technology to us laughing , in, I think, we will live!
    And here on you: "amateur performances!" (FROM).
  10. LukaSaraev
    LukaSaraev 13 January 2016 07: 22 New
    +3
    I read the above comments ... In my opinion - this is the first step to the fact that many will get tired of following the overseas "partner".
    And the fact that the Turks are not shot down is also a "friend" of NATO.
    Third point: I think the Greeks do not just want to sell apples.
  11. Flat5160
    Flat5160 13 January 2016 07: 26 New
    +1
    Greeks well done. While the EU is clobbering from the influx of refugees and its problems with the adopted laws in Poland, they are bending their line under this noise. Others may reach for them.
    1. atalef
      atalef 13 January 2016 08: 09 New
      0
      Quote: Plat5160
      Greeks well done. While the EU is clobbering from the influx of refugees and its problems with the adopted laws in Poland, they are bending their line under this noise. Others may reach for them.

      from such comments. just tears the head off.
      The Greeks are not just in debt, as in silk they are complete bankrupt.
      Only cooperation with Zimbabwe is probably worse.
    2. Darkoff
      Darkoff 13 January 2016 08: 32 New
      0
      Quote: Plat5160
      Greeks well done. While the EU is clobbering from the influx of refugees and its problems with the adopted laws in Poland, they are bending their line under this noise. Others may reach for them.

      They are long and why not bend. They have absolutely no opportunities for this.
      Rather, it is a fawning, saying: "Yes, we supported the sanctions against you, but we are friends anyway."
  12. Great-grandfather of Zeus
    Great-grandfather of Zeus 13 January 2016 07: 29 New
    0
    The Greek was walking across the river ... yes, the communists you and our most communist have! A lot of words and a minimum of action! In short, it’s time for them to reconcile skirts as well as the Germans
  13. AdekvatNICK
    AdekvatNICK 13 January 2016 07: 33 New
    0
    Greek "Communists" decided to abstain. They did not vote against))

    Interestingly, this agreement has nothing to do with the increasing violations of the Greek border by Perdogan’s planes.
  14. Corsair0304
    Corsair0304 13 January 2016 07: 37 New
    +3
    Strong bad for Brussels and Washington. Although in fact the Greeks really can’t buy anything worthwhile from us (unless of course we don’t lend a “brotherly country”, which is unlikely, given the situation in our economy), but politically, declaratively, they said quite loudly.
    On the other hand, Tsipras does not see any special options, because he promised that he would bring Greece out of financial, economic and political external control. So he is trying, the voters need to show something.
    1. Vladimirets
      Vladimirets 13 January 2016 07: 44 New
      +3
      Quote: Corsair0304
      He promised that he would bring Greece out of financial, economic and political external control.

      Yes, yes, that is why the Greeks in the EU simultaneously vote for the extension of sanctions against Russia, still in NATO and in debt, like in silk. yes
    2. atalef
      atalef 13 January 2016 08: 13 New
      -7
      Quote: Corsair0304
      Strong bad for Brussels and Washington

      None. they chuckled softly. both over one side of the transaction and over the other. tk - one --- thief. and the second looks like a goof.
      Quote: Corsair0304
      Although in fact the Greeks really can’t buy anything worthwhile from us (unless of course we don’t lend a “brotherly country”, which is unlikely, given the situation in our economy),

      sad
      well, no one has canceled gifts yet
      Quote: Corsair0304
      On the other hand, Tsipras does not see any special options, because he promised that he would bring Greece out of financial, economic and political external control

      how ?
      Who will pay for this banquet?
      Quote: Corsair0304
      So he is trying, the voters need to show something.

      Voters in Greece can only show one thing - a bolt, and a bald one.
      Greece is not just bankrupt. and the full and expenditure of any penny under the control of Brussels (more precisely, Germany)
  15. vladfill
    vladfill 13 January 2016 07: 43 New
    +5
    "... Greece is the only NATO state possessing Russian S-300 air defense systems ...."
    .... and allowing the Turkish Air Force to host its skies, and the Israeli Air Force to work out air attacks
    in the area of ​​coverage of S-300. Is it not for this that the Greeks bought them from Cyprus?
  16. SAM 5
    SAM 5 13 January 2016 07: 54 New
    0
    Ratification does not mean purchase. A breeze will blow over the ocean and the Greeks will sit on their ass.
    And ratify what you want. Like, no matter what the child was amusing, just not give birth.
    1. The black
      The black 13 January 2016 08: 17 New
      +1
      Rather, it is. In this case, ratification is a way of exerting pressure on the Western allies of the Greeks. They already did this trick when they refused to introduce a vote in favor of Russia, but after partially satisfying their demands by the EU, they still voted ...
  17. 24rus
    24rus 13 January 2016 07: 59 New
    0
    Strange, arming the country of NATO? Though for the money
    1. atalef
      atalef 13 January 2016 08: 13 New
      -4
      Quote: 24rus
      Strange, arming the country of NATO? Though for the money

      For nothing laughing
  18. Xmyp
    Xmyp 13 January 2016 08: 30 New
    0
    Quote: Zoldat_A
    Quote: DarkOFF
    The Greeks are heavily indebted and unlikely under the current government to be able to buy anything serious.

    And they are not required to buy anything. It takes the opportunity to take what they give.

    In the second version, the Greeks may not only have the S-300 ...


    Do you understand what you write? Supply S-300 to the Greeks who are a member of NATO.
    1. Alexander Romanov
      Alexander Romanov 13 January 2016 08: 54 New
      +1
      Quote: XmyP

      Do you understand what you write? Supply S-300 to the Greeks who are a member of NATO.

      Do you even understand that in Greece, C 300 has long been there.
      1. kartalovkolya
        kartalovkolya 13 January 2016 12: 37 New
        0
        Alexander, do not pay attention to this "specialist", he apparently did not read about the conflicts occurring almost daily with the violation of the Greek airspace by the Turks! So why not help the "brothers in Christ", otherwise all the "Erdoganschina" there are completely unbelted, but they won’t leave us!
  19. v.yegorov
    v.yegorov 13 January 2016 08: 37 New
    0
    It is worth recalling that Greece is the only NATO country with Russian C-300 air defense systems.

    And not so long ago, the United States conducted exercises with the Greeks to overcome air defense systems, namely
    for this reason.
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    1. Alexander Romanov
      Alexander Romanov 13 January 2016 08: 54 New
      0
      Quote: Huan Karlos
      t, the Greeks try and eat the cabin and .... sit down

      To anchor. Do I understand correctly?
  21. Yugan Oleg
    Yugan Oleg 13 January 2016 09: 05 New
    0
    Pretty interesting step. Given that Europe is bursting at the seams :)
  22. Xmyp
    Xmyp 13 January 2016 09: 11 New
    0
    Quote: Alexander Romanov
    Quote: XmyP

    Do you understand what you write? Supply S-300 to the Greeks who are a member of NATO.

    Do you even understand that in Greece, C 300 has long been there.


    Of course there is, I know how they got there and from whom they got it, and what year.
    Let's put the S-400 there or something newer.
    Have you noticed that often commercial interest prevails over the country's defense capability? When a weapon that provides protection for citizens is given (sold) to an enemy unit. Or are we friends of NATO? I didn’t notice this from the statements.
    There is such a thing, to sell the homeland for $.
    1. Susul
      Susul 13 January 2016 10: 01 New
      0
      And let's, like in the USSR, keep everything secret and don’t sell anything to anyone, spend dokhrenillion dough on each development and write them off after half a year.

      Today, for all weapons systems there are export samples, they have some differences from the military and somewhat underestimated parameters.
      It’s time to get used to the fact that weapons are first of all a commodity, and they must be sold, with some restrictions.
  23. Pamir48
    Pamir48 13 January 2016 09: 21 New
    0
    Quote: atalef
    Only cooperation with Zimbabwe is probably worse

    No, with Zimbabwe, they sent NATO well in FIG. They have their own war.
  24. Engineer
    Engineer 13 January 2016 09: 23 New
    0
    Only now the Greeks and the tank can’t buy now, rogues.
  25. Bulrumeb
    Bulrumeb 13 January 2016 09: 45 New
    0
    Something tells that the Turks will soon cease violating the air borders of Greece
  26. dchegrinec
    dchegrinec 13 January 2016 11: 47 New
    0
    Apparently, NATO membership for this country is like a bone in the throat ..
  27. SklochPensioner
    SklochPensioner 13 January 2016 12: 42 New
    0
    "Communists" of Greece unpleasantly surprised ...
    Revenge, perhaps, for the "betrayal" of communist ideals? recourse wassat

    Quote: atalef
    Quote: 24rus
    Strange, arming the country of NATO? Though for the money
    For nothing


    Tipun to your tongue! YOU, of course, are just saying lol
  28. Algetxnumx
    Algetxnumx 13 January 2016 13: 00 New
    0
    Quote: atalef
    And what does Greece produce?

    Quote: atalef
    from such comments. just tears the head off.

    Doesn’t vomit from yours? Ah, yes, you forgot the "God-chosen", friends of the "exceptional" you can do anything.
  29. Algetxnumx
    Algetxnumx 13 January 2016 13: 05 New
    0
    Quote: atalef
    Who will pay for this banquet?

    What for? The IMF accepted the amendment that it is possible to lend to countries with overdue debts, and if the Greeks are not stupid and have enough courage, you can get into debt and start an old song about leaving the EU again.
  30. Termit1309
    Termit1309 13 January 2016 14: 25 New
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    Quote: SklochPensioner
    SklochPensioner Today, 12:42 PM New
    "Communists" of Greece unpleasantly surprised ...
    Revenge, perhaps, for the "betrayal" of communist ideals?

    Maybe they just have more conscience. Greece in its current state can only ask. There’s nothing to buy. Well ratified. So what?
    We are friends, we also suffered from Turkey - give s-400 on credit. We won’t give you back, but we really need comrades!
    And then when everything settles down in the back spit?
  31. v1047883
    v1047883 13 January 2016 16: 16 New
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    Guys, well, at least let it be so! Here is a pull out of NATO, Although, dreams are dreams! But, I think, the Greeks understand, with RUSSIA, she, like everyone else, smart in Europe.