The Prime Ministers of Hungary and Poland and Italian Prime Minister Matteo Salvini established the basis for a new alliance of European right-wing conservatives in Budapest on Thursday, not to mention a joint group in the European Parliament.
After the meeting, Viktor Orban welcomed “the first step in long-distance travel”.
Auburn said at a joint press conference: “We have agreed to continue our work. We will meet in Rome or Warsaw in May, depending on the 19 Vinda virus pandemic.”
The leader of the alliance, Matteo Salvini, said: “This path starts today, and as the group expands, it will continue in several stages in various European capitals.”
He added: “We are the history and fundamental core of the alliance, and our goal is to become the first European alliance.”
Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki (Mateusz Morawiecki) stated that he will represent all kinds of opinions and people. He advocated “respect for national sovereignty, family, and European integration defended by Christianity and traditional values”.
This is the first meeting of the three leaders of Orban’s Fidz party after leaving the European People’s Party (EPP).
What they have in common is that the European Commission, which opposes the rule of law and respects the right to asylum, is now not part of the EPP, the first party of the European Parliament. Although the 12 Fidesz members are not yet registered, Salvini and Morawiecki are part of two independent parliamentary groups in Strasbourg.
Immediately after the meeting, EPP leader Donald Tusk wrote on Twitter: “Russia is mobilizing its troops across Ukraine. In Budapest, Morawiecki is working with Orban and Sarr. Pooh organizes a pro-Putin political group. This is not an April Fool’s joke.”