Viktor Orban intends to work together with parties of his own orientation in Italy and Poland to reorganize the European right. The Hungarian Prime Minister Kossuth Radio said on public radio, specifying that he intends to meet soon with the leader of the League Matteo Salvini and with the Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawicek: “We will plan the future together”.
“Italy, Poland and Hungary are trying to reorganize the European right,” Orban announced on the radio. The new European right wanted by Orban will offer – as he himself explained – “a house open to all citizens who do not want migrants, multiculturalism, who are not dependent on LGBT mania, who protect Christian traditions and respect national sovereignty”.
Orban then ruled out the possibility of a rapprochement between his Fidesz party and the European People’s Party: “It was a good thing. It was good, but that was enough. In those circumstances, it was right to say goodbye”.