After the decision of Great Britain to leave European Union, eight countries members of the EU that are still not using euro as the official means of payment might have to urgently introduce common European currency, writes British "Daily Express".
As reported, president of the European commission Jean-Claude Juncker could post an ultimatum to Croatia, Denmark, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland and Romania. After the Brexit he desires to connect other members of the EU as soon as possible with the common currency, in order for EU to become monetary union in a whole, reports regional TV N1.
German "Frankfurter allgemeine zeitung", also, reports that after Brexit, there will be increased plans of finishing monetary union.
Despite all the accusations, Juncker continues with the pressure which is according the the plan of urgent introduction of euro to the countries that are not using it yet.
After the British declared for their leave from the EU, Commissioner for Finance, British Lord Hill resigned, and his place was taken by Valdis Dombrovskis, who expressed his firm attitude towards introducing euro to all the members of the union.
(Telegraf.co.uk / Tanjug)