Expedited process will help Jewish Shoah victims; “This will correct a historic wrong,” Greece’s deputy foreign minister tells ‘Post.’ ATHENS – Holocaust survivors of Greek extraction will soon have their Greek citizenship restored in an expedited process, the country’s Deputy Foreign Minister Dimitrios Dollis, who accompanied Prime Minister George Papandreou on his official visit to Israel in late July, told The Jerusalem Post on Wednesday.That survivors have been denied their citizenship until now was a “result of the paranoia of consecutive governments,” Dollis said.RELATED:Brooklyn survivors deal with purported $42m. fraudEurope launches new Shoah project in BrusselsHolocaust refugees recall exodus, arrival on Pacific CoastDollis, a veteran politician who was an exile in Australia and a member of the Labor Party there, said that as a longstanding supporter of Israel, he had been pushing for Holocaust survivors to be naturalized as Greeks again for a long time.He added that the initiative had been in the pipeline since Papandreou came to power in October 2009, but had been delayed “for various reasons,” and would have been undertaken regardless of the recent improvement in bilateral ties.“They’re our people… It’s their natural right,” he added, characterizing the current state of affairs as a “moral injustice that had to be corrected.”There are approximately 100 survivors in Israel who will be granted citizenship.