The Russian state news channel Russia-24 came with an updated report that sheds more light in a peculiar case that shaken Greece right before the financial crisis hit the country. Connecting the dots through additional information allegedly coming from the Russian intelligence, the report supports a scenario that could have been taken from CIA textbooks. According to this, there was a well-organized operation against former Greek PM, Kostas Karamanlis, aiming his political extermination and even assassination, once he had ‘dangerously’ approached Russia. While assassination plans didn’t succeed, Karamanlis lost the elections of 2009 midst social, political and financial instability allegedly reinforced by this operation.
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