(ANSA) - BERLIN, OCT. 10 - Greece claims 376bn for war reparations from Germany, the Bild reported today, presenting the results of a survey conducted by the Greek Parliament in 2015. Tomorrow Germany's president Frank-Walter Steinmeier will visit Athens and will have to face this issue too. The survey has calculated a 171.4bn compensation for destroyed infrastructure and sunken commercial ships. Production losses are calculated at 87.75bn. There are claims for compensation for the dead, prisoners and victims of torture, amounting to between 22 and 107bn. ''Germany does not have to pay, that has been clear in international law since the 1960s. It's just a transparent move by Greek populists to gain support in domestic politics'', Alexander Graf Lambsdorff (Liberal) told the tabloid. (ANSA).

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