The campaign for compensation has gained momentum under austerity.
Finance minister pledges to "reform Greece deeply" as deadline for €450 million loan repayment to IMF approaches.
The offer from Antonis Samaras has not been met with an enthusiastic response from Syriza.
Tsipras said the two countries' relationship was emerging out of the "Siberian winter" into spring.
Visit will focus on lifting Russian embargo on Greek products and improving energy cooperation.
A report in Germany's Bild newspaper had said that the decision for Varoufakis to stand down had already been taken.
The Front National leader made the pledge during an interview with a Greek TV channel.
Athens is rushing to get the list ready before state coffers run empty, expected in a few weeks without more aid.
It was unclear if Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras and German Chancellor Angela Merkel had narrowed differences on economic reforms for Greece.
The Jewish Community of Thessaloniki wants to use the reparation money to build a memorial monument.
The report found that a "profound sense of victimisation" has led to some Greeks holding antisemitic views.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel stressed no money would be released before Athens implements budget measures and reforms.
The EU "cannot and will not" drop sanctions before Russia fulfils ceasefire commitments, says Merkel.
The couple from Hamburg donated the money when they visited a town hall in Nafplio.
Commemoration due to be attended by 26 countries and could include first meeting of Chinese and North Korean leaders.
Relations between Germany and Greece fraying as German finance minister accuses Athens of "destroying all trust".
One of Blockupy protest organisers says troika is responsible for the austerity measures that have pushed people into poverty.
Bond-buying will benefit peripheral economies such as Spain and Italy, while Greece is marginalised again
Greek defence minister threatened to flood Berlin with migrants if they withdrew support for bailout plan
The Greek PM is optimistic they will find a solution and believes the problem lies with Europe.
Greece sought advice on economic reforms as the Greek PM criticised the country's creditors.
The warning comes after Germany refused Greece's demands for €162 billion.