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Jonathan Djanogly raises concerns that failure to support Greece could leave it open to Russian intervention

29th June 2015

Following the Chancellor of the Exchequer’s statement on the financial crisis in Greece and how we will protect our economic security at this uncertain time, Jonathan Djanogly raises concerns that if the ECB and IMF fail to provide support, this could leave an opening for Russia.

Mr Jonathan Djanogly (Huntingdon) (Con): If the ECB and/or the IMF failed to provide necessary liquidity, does my right hon. Friend think this could leave an opening for Russia? If that is the case, what are his security concerns?

Mr Osborne: It is not a great secret that we have not been entirely enamoured of the foreign policy pursued by the Syriza Government, but that has not affected these decisions.

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