Mark Rutte Quotes
The good thing about the IMF is there is no European politics involved.
The Netherlands has been severely hit by the debt crisis, and the solution is to lower taxes, get government finances in order, and make room for investment.
Radical changes will come to the Netherlands. We stand for fundamental choices, and we need to make the right ones.
We need Britain not only to stay in the E.U. but to be very active in it.
I am absolutely convinced that the E.U. will still be around. I am convinced the U.K. will be sitting at that table and not negotiating an exit, but being there to stay.
No one wants to kill Schengen, but if it is only a fairweather system, then it cannot survive.
The U.K. is outward-looking, trade-oriented, growth-oriented, and we do not have enough of that storyline, that tradition, that culture within the European Union.
England has collapsed politically, monetarily, constitutionally, and economically. It is not reasonable to demand from them to trigger Article 50.
As we all know from the Roman empire, big empires go down if the borders are not well-protected.
It's not only the British voters who have doubts about European cooperation. There is skepticism in many other E.U. countries.
We are a trading nation, and we are trading with Greece, Spain, Italy, Portugal and Ireland.
The U.K. outside of the European Union will end up being a mid-sized economy, somewhere in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean, in neither America nor Europe.
I believe on the issue of immigration, you have to deal with it sensibly.
I am from the Netherlands, so that means we like to stick to the rules, and we like to stick to the deal, and we like countries to do what they have promised.
The Netherlands and the UK are both seafaring nations and so our ability to create jobs and to generate future growth is built on the free market.
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