ITALY’S constitutional crisis, which is TERRIFYING the EU, is set to spread to Greece and other European nations as countries turn their back on both the euro currency and the EU project.
Greek Foreign Minister Nikos Kotzias has warned specifically that financial instability in Italy could cause further economic problems for Greece.
After eight years of misery, Greece is set to end what it hopes to be its final bailout programme in August this year, and Mr Kotzias told a news conference with his German counterpart Heiko Maas that any situation in Italy could have grave knock-on effects.
He said: “We are worried that if there is instability and it has an impact on the financial situation, this financial situation could create extra problems for us.
“We want a stable, democratic and pro-European Italy.”