Besides the New Year, on the 1st of January 2015, Lithuania has one more reason to celebrate - it will become the third Baltic state to join the Eurozone. Its neighbours, Estonia and Latvia, already did so in 2011 and 2014 respectively.

A survey published last month, conducted by the Central Bank of Lithuania, showed that 53% of Lithuanians were in favour of joining the Eurozone, while only 39% were against.

What impact will this have on the Lithuanian economy?

What impact will it have on the European Union?

Which country do you think will join the Eurozone next?