The Brexit is imminent. It's not only on the financial markets: Britain’s possible EU leave provokes disturbance.
EU officials are racking their brain on how to avoid that the EU is drifting further apart.
However, there is no „magic solution“ to boost the internal cohesion. EU politicians fear that there will be "creative" imitators among the European states that could follow, once Britain votes the exit. What’s next? Are Poland or Hungary succeeding? In these countries, mainly, governments with a distinctively national attitude are ruling, criticising the EU.
The foreign ministers of the six founding states - Germany, France , Italy, Belgium, Luxembourg and the Netherlands (European Coal and Steel Community at the time of 1951) - will gather on next Friday to make it clear that they take on the historical responsibility for the European project.