On Tuesday in Copenhagen, the Prime Minister of Denmark, Lars Løkke Rasmussen, Leader of ALDE Party member Venstre, hosted a summit that united the 8 ALDE Prime Ministers. Held at Marienborg, the residence of the Prime Minister of Denmark, the meeting focussed on the future of Europe.
The Prime Ministers discussed the benefits of extending the European single market, promoting free trade, tackling climate change and promoting green growth and rebuilding the relations with the countries of Africa. The 8 Prime Ministers adopted a common statement and agreed to meet again in February 2019, in Helsinki, Finland, upon invitation of the Prime Minister of Finland, Juha Sipilä.
Proud to host all eight ALDE Prime Ministers at Marienborg tonight. Good colleagues and friends discussing the future of Europe. @CharlesMichel @ratasjuri @juhasipila @Xavier_Bettel @MinPres @AndrejBabis @sarecmarjan pic.twitter.com/GqPFMvwPWn
Good to see our @ALDEParty PMs meeting also outside EU summit. Liberals are a stronger force and more influential than ever before - that trust comes with a responsibility to develop and present a liberal vision and leadership for the future of #EU #EUpol https://t.co/Lk41cbdwJY