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Greece, seen by many as the epicentre of the eurozone debt crisis, assumes the rotating EU presidency for the first half of 2014.Athens will become a high-profile EU host city. Greece has said its budget for holding the presidency will be the lowest in the history of the bloc-wide role.The country is battling a financial crisis and struggling to strengthen its battered economy.Greece has been kept financially afloat by the international troika of lenders: the EU, the European Central Bank (ECB) and the International Monetary Fund (IMF).But years of recession, huge unemployment and tough austerity measures have left many Greeks frustrated at their government – as well as disenchanted with the EU.