But Germany cites a 1990 treaty that Greece recognized that provides for no wartime reparations.
This treaty exonerated Germany from having to make any wartime reparations to countries it occupied.
German forces occupied Greece from 1941-1944, and among the crimes they committed were killing over 60,000 of the country’s Jews.
Greece is currently in the situation where they owe $340 billion dollars to the International Monetary Fund, the European Commission and the European Central Bank. Germany has been at the forefront in talks on how Greece will repay its debts, which has made it very unpopular in Greece.
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