"He has to take decisions that are good for the euro zone as a whole within his mandate and that's exactly what the ECB is doing and the more we refrain from comments the more effective he can be," he said.
"The more we refrain from comments, the more effective he can be."
His comments come after stinging criticism of the ECB's policies and Mario Draghi from German politicians in particular.
Dijsselbloem said that while debate was legitimate and freedom of speech was crucial, "for politicians to criticize the ECB that would mean political influencing and I'm not in favor of that. I think the ECB has to do its monetary task in an independent way."
The Eurogroup is in Amsterdam on Friday for a meeting ahead of the summit of European Union economic and finance ministers later in the day, known as an Ecofin meeting.
Dijsselbloem, who heads the Eurogroup and is Dutch finance minister, said the agenda would focus on Greece and finalizing reforms required by lenders to fully implement the country's third financial bailout.