ATHENS – Cash-strapped Greece advanced its cooperation with the Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU) on February 26, aiming to act as an economic bridge between the EU and the new union of Russia, Kazakhstan, Belarus and Armenia that started functioning in January 2015.

“I think that relations with the Eurasian Union have to be advanced throughout the European Union,” Spyros Kouvelis, the president of the newly-established Greek Eurasian Business Council (GEBC), told New Europe on February 26 on th...

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