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Liberal leaders wish you a happy New Year

05/01/2018
New Year fireworks in Amsterdam shared by Prime Minister Mark Rutte

Over the holiday break, Liberal leaders shared with you their best wishes for 2018. Take a look at this collection of wishes for the new year from ALDE Party President and Liberal Prime Ministers: personal messages, picture compilations, video messages, Facebook lives and more.

ALDE Party President Hans van Baalen MEP shared a message video saying: "I am very confident that 2018 will be a very good year. We will make a very strong manifesto to unite us in the coming European elections in 2019 and we will work together with this enforced group of Liberal Prime Ministers in the European Council. But also, on a personal level, friends and family, I wish everybody a very happy New Year."

The Prime Minister of the Czech Republic Andrej Babis compiled his best moments of 2017 in a photo slideshow.

The Prime Minister of Luxembourg Xavier Bettel shared a picture with his most memorable moments of the year.

The Prime Minister of Belgium Charles Michel said: "Health, happiness and success. Happy New Year 2018 to you and those who are dear to you!"

The Prime Minister of Slovenia Miro Cerar wrote: "In the new year I wish you above all peace, health and personal happiness. Let 2018 be the year of cooperation, respect and wise decisions."

The Prime Minister of Denmark Lars Lokke Rasmussen went live on his Facebook page to express his best wishes for 2018.


Coinciding with the end of the Estonian Presidency of the Council of the European Union, the Prime Minister of Estonia Juri Ratas summarised: "Estonia took on the Presidency with a hope for a slightly better, more hopeful, more united and more balanced Europe. Today I'm grateful to everyone who have helped our wish come true. Thank you Estonian EU Presidency and good luck to the Bulgarian EU Presidency!"

The Prime Minister of the Netherlands Mark Rutte wishes a very happy and healthy 2018.

The Prime Minister of Finland Juha Sipila shared a picture of the fireworks from the capital Helsinki.