On a more broader point, he says that EU citizenship has exposed a division between division "two categories" of citizen - the mobile and the non-mobile.
He adds that one of the flaws with the idea of EU citizenship at the moment is that it is seen as something that is only of benefit to mobile people who want to move around.
He also says EU citizenship is only focused on rights - rather than rights that are tied to duties.
He also tells MEPs that the way the EU is funded also obscures how the bloc is funded.
And with that, his evidence session in front of the committee comes to an end.