Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras is expected to visit Russia on April 8 for a possible meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin.
"It is clear that Russia is not an alternative for Greece. Greece's place is in the Eurozone, and we do not need to worry. So I think we have also seen that Mr. Tsipras has given profound attention to his contacts with Europe, European leaders, the European Commission," Andreeva told journalists.
Tsipras has called for the economic sanctions, imposed on Moscow by the European Union, to be lifted, as Greece wants Russia to resume import of their agricultural products, embargoed by Russia in August 2014 in a retaliation move.
Greece also looks to deepen energy cooperation between the two countries, with the proposed Turkish Stream pipeline set to carry Russian gas across Greece.
The country's national debt stands at around $270 billion, and the troika of creditors demand that Greece reform its economy with the bailout deal set to expire in late June.