One exisitng proposal is to have more meetings for only the countries which do have the euro and a common secretariat for them. Borg claims this would exclude the EU-countries which still have their own currency from the decision processes within the Union.
- I understand why some of them want to do it, but if one believe, like I do, in one Europe and one European Union, then this kind of divisions are troublesome said Borg to Sveriges Radio.
The Swedish people turned down the euro in a referendum in 2003. The member countries are: Germany, the Netherlands, France, Belgium, Spain, Portugal, Italy, Austria, Luxemburg, Ireland, Greece, Finland, Slovenia, Slovakia, Estonia, Cyprus and Malta.