After Brexit, they came together, they are fighting for a narrow EU budget and they do not want to share debts: no one can avoid the “economic four” in the dispute over the reconstruction of the European economy. What drives these countries?
There are two scenes that Mark Rutte will probably stay behind for a long time. First, the Dutch Prime Minister presents a biography of the composer Frédéric Chopin in the Council building in Brussels. It is February 20, and EU leaders want to negotiate the seven-year budget at a special summit.