Greek Financial Police have probed 7,201 cases worth millions of euros

The Financial Police and Electronic Crime Prosecution Agency (YPOADIE) has investigated a total of 7,201 cases of financial crime in the two years since its establishment, Public Order Minister Nikos Dendias (photo) said on Tuesday, noting that those cases cost the Greek state some 35.5 million euros.

Meanwhile a total of 2,355 people were arrested in connection with a total of 2.98 billion euros in outstanding debts to the state between March 2012 and March of this year, officials said.

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