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BRUSSELS， March 22 (Xinhua) -- "Multi-speed Europe" is the most realistic scenario for the European Union (EU) if the bloc wants to demonstrate the benefits of integration and thus regain citizens' trust in EU institutions， experts told Xinhua in the run-up to the 60th anniversary of the EU's founding treaty.
European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker on March 1 unveiled a White Paper laying out five scenarios for the EU's remaining 27 member states after Britain leaves the bloc.
The third scenario "Those Who Want More Do More，" envisaging a selection of willing member states doing more together in specific areas， is widely deemed as a route heading for a "multi-speed Europe，" although the White Paper shirked naming it directly.
Leaders of France， Germany， Italy and Spain have voiced their support for "multi-speed Europe" earlier this month during an informal meeting in the Versaile. The idea is also backed by Belgium， the Netherlands and Luxembourg， or the so-called Benelux， a group of the EU's founding members.
However， some eastern member states fear "multi-speed Europe" could deepen divisions to their disadvantage.
The EU-27 leaders are due to meet on Saturday in Rome to mark the 60th anniversary of the Treaty of Rome and hammer out a declaration on EU's future.
In an interview with Xinhua， Shada Islam， director of policy at Brussels-based think tank Friends of Europe， argued that "multi-speed Europe" is the most realistic scenario for the EU.
"If the EU countries are going to move forward， this will have to be at different speed，" she said， "this is inevitable because we are not all at the same level of development and we have different concerns."
"Our governments are not all of the same political color and they don't have all the same interests，" she added.
Regarding areas in which EU member states are likely to do more， Shada Islam singled out the security and defense sector， saying it's in many countries' favor.
On the other side， she expected that EU institutions would curtail some power and transfer them to member states， saying "I would like to see a little bit of repatriations of power: less power in Brussels， more in cities and regions."
Guntram Wolff， Director of the Brussels-based think thank Bruegel， also reckons that the EU will likely head for "several levels of integration."
"I do think we will see more differentiation across the EU and this means several levels of integration. We will see in some areas further advancement， but we will also experience that some responsibilities will be given back to the member states，" he said.
Admitting the EU integration is now facing a slew of challenges， Shada Islam stressed that the bloc has made striking achievements in the past 60 years.
"We had a very significant single market， this is a big achievement of the EU. People are able to travel and work wherever they want，" Shada Islam said.
"We have a single currency and we are working quite effectively to boost certain aspects that are missing from the EU monetary union project. We had enlargement and we brought former eastern block countries into the EU，" she further illustrated.
But she warned against the distancing the EU institutions from the people.
"But people don't realize enough how far Europe has gone in the last 60 years， maybe the story of Europe hasn't been told with enough conviction to persuade people that this is up to now a very successful project，" she lamented， adding that there is a disenchantment with the EU i
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