Dimities Papadimoulis, who represents the countries left-wing Syriza, declared Brexit a “sad day” for Greece, who have shared a valuable relationship with the UK through each nation’s EU membership.
He announced that his party will continue to back the ailing bloc, adding they “disagree” with Britain’s European divorce.
Syriza leaders have shared a frosty relationship with Brussels are being forced to accept tough austerity measures as they attempt to repay their European creditors of the country’s mounting debt crisis.
Greeks are bracing themselves for tourism slump, with the amount of British arrivals decreasing as the pound drops in value, according to local reports.
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Both countries maintain an expensive army, a large civil service and have spent billions to host Olympic games.
The Greek government recently managedfor both countries.
The price was significant structural reforms of the Greek economy and devastating financial consequences for many individuals. A protest movement which seeks to disrupt court proceedings in home repossession cases has added some colour to recent reports.
Yet it is hard to avoid the conclusion that Greece’s travails are rather less engrossing to many than they once seemed.
We hold that Brexit was a sad day for our union.“Let’s face it though, Greece and Britain have a relationship.