Sunday, June 19, 2022

There was no help to Ukraine(help of any kind) from NATO state known as Greece - I am not surprised

Some of these Geek "heroes" who murdered civilians in Bosnia(Srebrenica and in other parts), I had an honor to meet in person when brought to Greece drugged up. Croatia and Bisnia should just send medals to Greek government for them to distribute those to their heroes - greek government knows VERY VERY WELL WHERE AND WHO THESE KILLERS were/are.

@GREEKS - CLEAN YOUR GREEK TOILET FIRST(SURE I WAS GUILTY TO GREEKS FOR BEING BORN WHENEVER BROUGHT TO GREECE - NOTHING BUT BEATINGS WITH EXCEPTION TO FEW GREEKS) AND THEN JUDGE OTHERS. I WAS NOT EVEN IN AMERICA YET WHEN SREBRENICA MASSACRE ALREADY TOOK PLACE.








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Greece formally rejects US proposal to supply Ukraine with additional Russian-made weapon systems
Athens cannot compromise its defense capabilities, says defense minister

Ahmet Gencturk |06.04.2022




ANKARA

Greece formally rejected a US proposal to supply Ukraine with additional Russian-made weapon systems, media reports said Wednesday.

Defense Minister Nikos Panagiotopoulos gave an indirect but negative response to the proposal brought by visiting US Under Secretary of State Victoria Nuland, according to Greek newspaper, Kathimerini.

Panagiotopoulos said Greece cannot compromise its defense capabilities, said the daily.

The newspaper asserted March 17 that the country was approached by the US through informal channels to provide Ukraine with Russian-made air defense systems, including short-range TOR M-1 and OSA-AK surface-to-air missiles (SAM), which Greece possesses.

The Russia-Ukraine war, which started Feb. 24, has drawn international outrage, with Western countries and their allies implementing tough financial sanctions on Moscow.

At least 1,480 civilians have been killed in Ukraine and 2,195 injured, according to UN estimates, with the true figure feared to be far higher.

More than 4.24 million Ukrainians have also fled to other countries, with millions more internally displaced, according to the UN refugee agency.​​​​​​​



GREECE - STATE WITH HISTORY OF SHIT RECORD ON HUMAN RIGHTS AND DIRTY ROTTEN HUMAN RIGHTS OFFICIALS...


HAVE PERSISTENTLY BLOCKED MY RIGHT TO FILE FOR HUMAN RIGHTS PROTECTION UNDER EUROPEAN COURT FOR HUMAN RIGHTS STATUTE AND PLAYED ME DOWN(DISCOURAGED) DURING MK ULTRA SESSIONS AS PER HOW I HAVE NO CHANCE.


Greece blocks EU's criticism at UN of China's human rights record

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Veto by Athens, which has benefited from huge Chinese infrastructure investment, labelled as ‘dishonourable’ by EU diplomat

Alexis Tsipras, the Greek prime minister
Alexis Tsipras, the Greek prime minister, has worked hard to improve relations with China as he seeks to pull his country out of its economic hole. Photograph: Simela Pantzartzi/EPA

Greece has vetoed a European Union condemnation of China’s human rights record at the UN, infuriating diplomats and rights organisations, who said the move undermined the EU’s position as a defender of human rights.

In a decision described as deplorable by some, it emerged on Sunday that Athens had refused to endorse an EU statement criticising the crackdown on activists and dissidents under the Chinese president, Xi Jinping. The statement was due to be submitted to the UN’s human rights council in Geneva last Thursday.

“We acted from a position of principle,” an official at the Greek foreign ministry told the Guardian. “There is an upcoming dialogue between the EU and China on human rights and we think that could be a more efficient and constructive way of delivering better results.”

Human rights groups including Amnesty International said it was the first time the EU had failed to make such a statement at the UN’s top rights body. Diplomats were especially piqued at the veto’s timing. Late on Thursday eurozone finance ministers in Luxembourg agreed to unlock €8.5bn (£7.4bn) in bailout loans, allowing Athens to avert default when it faces €7.4bn in debt repayments next month. “It was dishonourable, to say the least,” one EU diplomat told Reuters in Brussels.

The move not only undermined common efforts to confront abuses, but was seen as a blow to the EU’s own record as a defender of human rights. The statement is presented three times a year and often contains criticism that countries are unwilling to raise alone. The 28-nation bloc prides itself on being a beacon of human rights protection, taking a tough stance on issues ranging from LGBT rights to banning capital punishment and upholding press freedoms.

Despite modest improvements in some areas, Beijing has faced criticism for what Human Rights Watch has described as “the government’s systematic efforts to silence independent civil society voices”.

In HRW’s 2017 World Report, the organisation wrote of its fears for the future. “Under the leadership of President Xi Jinping, who will remain in power until 2022 and possibly beyond, the outlook for fundamental human rights, including freedoms of expression, assembly, association and religion, remains dire,” it said.

More than 16 human rights lawyers and activists – the victims of a nationwide sweep of human rights advocates in July 2015 – were still being detained and “were the clearest victims of the authorities’ hostility towards independent civil society”.


Greece’s decision was directly attributed to huge Chinese investments in the economically depressed country. China’s biggest shipping company, Cosco, bought a 51% stake in Piraeus, Greece’s largest port, for €280.5m last year as part of plans to make the country a shipping hub between Asia and eastern Europe.

Earlier this month Piraeus also teamed up with the port of Shanghai in a deal that will see goods and container shipping between the two soar. Beijing has also acquired a 51% share of Greece’s public power corporation’s grid operator.

Under the leftist government of Alexis Tsipras, the prime minister, Sino-Greek relations have improved dramatically in recent years, and senior communist party officials have made regular visits to Athens. During talks in the capital last week, Han Zheng, a member of the political bureau of the Communist party’s central committee, said China’s aim was to elevate the strategic partnership between the two countries “to a new level”.







Greek Volunteer Guard

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Greek Volunteer Guard
Грчка Добровољачка Гарда
Ελληνική Εθελοντική Φρουρά
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Insignia of the Greek Volunteer Guard.
Active1993–1995
AllegianceFlag of the Republika Srpska.svg Republika Srpska
BranchEmblem of the Army of Republika Srpska.svg Army of Republika Srpska
TypeInfantry
Size~100
Garrison/HQVlasenica
EngagementsYugoslav Wars

The Greek Volunteer Guard (SerbianГрчка Добровољачка Гарда Grčka Dobrovoljačka GardaGreekΕλληνική Εθελοντική Φρουρά Elliniki Ethelodiki Froura) was a unit of Greek volunteers that fought in the Bosnian War on the side of the Army of the Republika Srpska. Some members of the unit are alleged to have been present in the area of the Srebrenica massacre and reportedly hoisted a Greek flag over the town, which was recorded ‘for marketing purposes’.[1][2][3]






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