Alexey Miller, CEO of Russian gas giant Gazprom, speaks during a conference organized by the Valdai International Discussion Club in Berlin, Germany, on April 13, 2015. AFP PHOTO / DPA / BRITTA PEDERSEN
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The boss of Russian energy giant Gazprom will meet Greece's prime minister in Athens Tuesday, after reports that the two parties are set to sign a pipeline deal in which Russia would make billions in an advance payment to cash-strapped Greece.Gazprom's Alexei Miller will meet Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras as well as Environment Minister Panagiotis Lafazanis to discuss energy issues, the environment and energy ministry said in a statement.A Greek official told AFP Saturday that the two parties are due to sign an agreement to extend the planned Turkish Stream pipeline to Greece.
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