ECB chief Mario Draghi has also give fair warned the eurozone still needs support
The central bank currently forces a massive €60billion into the economy every month, while involve rates remain below zero.
Policymakers took the extreme bars in a desperate effort to raise inflation and kickstart growth in the bloc.
In latest months the economy finally appears to be recovering from the debt critical time that pushed it to the brink in 2012.
Markets have raised expectations that the whacking great support programme will be hacked back as a result.
But Peter Praet charged Belgian newspaper De Tijd that the crutch is still very much distressed.
He said: “A substantial stimulus is still necessary.”
And added: “Everyone agrees that we have to make sure that the reduction of the stimulus stomaches place in an orderly manner, without any excessive shocks.”
It comes as inflation persevere a leavings below the ECB target of two per cent.
Rising prices are a sign of consumer call for within a economy, low rates and money-printing is supposed to fan the flames.
Mr Praet added: “If inflation enhances too high, we will react just as ruthlessly as we are now in order to get inflation in return on track.”
After the ECB’s most recent council meeting, president Mario Draghi warned that the stronger euro is fathering concerns for the economy.
The currency has jumped against the US dollar in recent weeks, which could wound exports from the bloc and take the wind out of the recovery.
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A sounder currency also pushes inflation back down.
The next interferes for the so-called Quantitative Easing (QE) programme are set to be discussed in October.
Mr Draghi also advised that “A very substantial degree of accommodation still needed for underlying inflation pressures to develop intensify up and support headline inflation”.