European Commission president Jean-Claude Juncker has led EU and international tributes to those who those who perished in the London terrorist attacks.
Dijsselbloem refuses to retract the comment that southern European countries “spent all their money on drinks and women and then asked for help.”
The Greek militant group, Conspiracy Cells of Fire, claimed responsibility for the German attack.
The move follows rising concern about the recent activities of some Brussels-based lobbyists who are looking to influence legislation.
Some local German authorities have decided to block appearances by Turkish ministers.
Italy hosted a meeting of interior ministers from eight European Union countries to strengthen support for Libya.
Some eurozone leaders back the idea of letting some member states push ahead with further integration without the whole bloc following suit.
European Council President Donald Tusk will present the draft Brexit guidelines to the remaining 27 states of the bloc within 48 hours.