No sorry, I am located in the U.S. Thank you for clarifying what you meant. That is what I assumed it was :)
Unfortunately, there is no one line to make him change his behavior or see that what he is doing is harmful to you and your marriage. It sounds like he may be Narcissistic (although there is no way to tell for sure without a full evaluation face to face) and if so, a person with this disorder suffers from little to no insight. Change is almost never an option. There is simply no way to convince anyone to change or to have insight who doesn't want to see their own behavior as harmful, no matter what you tell them or what you do.
What you can do is to start emotionally disengaging from him as much as possible. Unless you are willing to continue dealing with his behavior towards you, there is little else you can do. If divorcing is not an option right now, you can take steps towards a future divorce. You can also separate now, although I am unfamiliar with what that would involve in your country in terms of legal boundaries. You may need to talk to your attorney and/or the domestic abuse counselors for guidance.
You can also start therapy, try support groups on line and in person and otherwise build your support and ready your financial situation until you can leave. Stop interacting emotionally with your husband unless it is necessary. Don't discuss emotional issues and if he tries to engage you, leave the conversation. I know that is not easy, but his behavior and unwillingness to change leaves you little choice on how to react. Only discuss practical matters and only on an as needed basis. This will also help you prepare to leave the marriage, if that is what you decide. Otherwise, it will help you protect yourself from him and his abusive behavior. If you feel that doing this puts you in any danger, consider contacting the local domestic abuse shelter and do what you need to do to protect yourself.
Also, consider reading and looking into the resources we talked about in the first response. They are invaluable in helping you understand what you are dealing with and how to react. And the one website can point you to many resources that will help you. The key is knowing that you are not alone and that there is help and support for you.