The sharp deterioration of the Greek falls, military operations in Ukraine And confrontation with Russia proves that the EU is not able to respond adequately to crises, and the hypothetical possibility of a Greek exit from the Eurozone increases the likelihood of failure of all integration efforts of Europe in the past few decades, according to a former foreign Minister And Vice Chancellor Joschka Fischer. About this in his article to Sueddeutsche Zeitung.
The challenges non-stop, the most after the financial fall of 2009, facing the European Union, aggravate "the internal crisis of legitimacy of the European Union," said Fisher.
"The citizens of the EU ) require such decisions, which the European Union is clearly not capable of accepting or unwilling to do this. And eventually increases the erosion of democratic support in Europe member countries of the European Union, " writes the ex-politician in his article.
Fisher also suggests that in the coming months, the European Union may face even more serious problems, implying that a referendum on EU membership the UK And the next elections in Spain " could lead to the Greek."
"The worst variant of scenario is quite realistic. If to proceed from him, then in that case more likely will be the subsequent alarming Option for the future of the European Union: first, there will be a Greek exit (i.e., its exclusion from the Eurozone), then the election results in Spain, going to Greece, And, finally, the withdrawal of Britain from the EU. In this case, there would be a very serious threat to the very existence of the European Union, " writes Fisher.
in case of such scenario, says ex-foreign Minister of Germany, " 60 years of successful history of European integration have the opportunity to be thus questioned, And the European project in General can fall apart ".