Georgians have shown a keen interest in the events in far-away Greece, which has been on the verge of leaving the Eurozone, if not the European Union itself. All news programs on Georgian TV now routinely begin with the latest news about negotiations between EU leaders and the prime minister of Greece, Alexis Tsipras.
Why is Georgia, a country on the periphery of Europe’s East, so interested in the economic developments in Greece? Georgia is not part of the Eurozone and its relations with the European Union are limited to the Association Agreement, which was officially signed in June 2014 …read more
Source: The Jamestown Foundation