PM Tsipras expresses condolences to Putin for Russian plane crash
Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras expressed the Greek people’s deepest condolences to Russian President Vladimir Putin for the death of hundreds of Russian citizens in Saturday’s plane crash in Sinai, Egypt, during a phone conversation on Sunday.
During their talk, the two leaders also spoke of the need for an effective and human approach on the refugee issue and the need to resolve the Syrian crisis.
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