Chapter 122: Terrible Disease

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Palace of Versailles

Foreign Minister Auvergne said, "Your Majesty, the Envoy of the New Holy Roman Empire in Paris has sent us a diplomatic note, proposing a joint action between our two countries on the Greek issue.

It seems that the Vienna Government is worried that the British will take the opportunity to annex the Kingdom of Greek and threaten their interests."

In this era, the population of Greek people had just exceeded one million, and after this war, there was a severe loss of young and able-bodied people in Greece.

If the British are intent on turning the Kingdom of Greek into one of their colonies, the difficulty is not very great.

Such concerns are clearly not superfluous; annexing Greece could bring the British a great deal of strategic benefits, not only blocking the Russians from entering the Mediterranean but also increasing their say in the Near East.