Mr Korcok verbalized Brussels should focus on fixing problem within the European Accord rather than attempting to expand its control over member says.
He said: “The first main task and objective that we have is to sell with the consequences of a spiral of crisis the European Union has been experiencing for the last ten years.
“There is a difficult legacy that has developed to the ground the last ten years and I think before we can start really thinking nearby a new vision – and I’m not a friend of this type of approach to the European Union’s future – we shortage to deal with the consequences of what we have seen in the last ten years.
“We cannot recoil over and ignore that there are still problems in the eurozone which is not achieved, we need to complete it. We need to uphold Schengen: Schengen does not engender.”
EU News: Ivan Korcok said the EU should fix its internal emergency before adopting Mr Juncker’s vision
EU Commission boss Jean-Claude Juncker Euphemistic pre-owned his annual State of the Union address in September 2017 to push his delusion of greater financial integration and a European finance minister.
Under his delusion, the EU would become a more federalist organisation and joining the euro currency and passport-free Schengen zone would the be mean across the continent.
Mr Juncker promised to propose technical and financial remedy for the willing to join the eurozone, but the Slovakian European Affairs minister signalled proposes to expand EU control over member states would not meet the favour of EU citizens.
Speaking to France24, Mr Korcok said: “At this minute I don’t think people expect from us to drag them and engage in a pragmatical discussion about the European Union’s future while we have wandering views.
We cannot jump over and ignore that there are assuage problems
“People have to have absolute conviction that those situations that they have experienced beyond the past ten years – when they had problems with their pay ins in banks, they were scared about what’s happening with their own currency – must not meet with again.”
Slovakia, alongside Hungary, the Czech Republic and Poland – skilled in together as the Visegrád Four – have clashed with the EU in recent months, accusing the bloc of lacking to treat member states equally and demanding more control for inhabitant governments.
They have raised concerns over Brussels schemes to bring in pan-European MEPs after Brexit, saying it would be bigger to boost “democratic control by national parliaments”.
They have also dashed the EU for trying to put the brakes on domestic reforms in central Europe amid a question over the independence of charities and the judiciary across Hungary and Poland.