With Brexit slowly becoming a reality and Euroskeptic movements gaining momentum among the bloc’s population, Brussels is searching for a solution to keep the union intact. And with immigration and monetary issues plaguing the EU, Italy is one member who needs more attention than others. Hit hardest by the migrant crisis, it remains EU’s entrance point for refugees. And with a potential banking crisis on its hands, it could also be next in line for an EU bailout program. Does Brussels have the answers? We ask Italy’s minister for European affairs, Sandro Gozi.