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German Economy Minister Offers German Response To Greece's War Reparation Demands

Sigmar Gabriel is gonna be honest...
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Reacting to the Greek claim, German Economy Minister Sigmar Gabriel said it was "dumb" to link Greece's bailout by the eurozone with the question of war reparations. "To be honest I think it's dumb. I think that it doesn't move us forward one millimetre on the question of stabilising Greece," he said. [BBC]

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