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Coalition battles it out with opposition over ammunition sale
Greek Parliament debated on Monday allegations against Defence Minister Panos Kammenos in connection with a proposed sale of ammunition to Saudi Arabia, which led to the government and the opposition trading accusations but neither delivering a fatal blow.
Kammenos stands accused of accepting the involvement of a middleman in a 65-millio-euro deal to sell 300,000 anti-tank shells to Saudi Arabia despite a law passed by the Greek government in 2011 demanding that such agreements be conducted state to state...
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