It's still an open issue if the Greek state did or does the right for the Greek Jewish victims. I think we are not the best or the worst case in Europe. The first step should be to recognise our mistakes in the last decades and the second step should be to bring some improvements. I'm talking about the case of the jewish cemetery in Thessaloniki. Although thousand houses, shops and other assets return to the legal owners. It's also known the Greek courts recognised rights to relatives of the innocent Holocaust victims, relatives who had no rights according to the greek law but had rights according to morality. If you mean the jewish gold, it's still a mystery if Max Merten, other Nazis or Greeks exploited it.
Five people killed in car crash near Hebron (Haaretz)