Salvini to see Orban, Morawiecki with view to alliance

Weird Italy 0fd55b76a75133305d602b5c6029ff2a Salvini to see Orban, Morawiecki with view to alliance What happened in Italy today

(ANSA) – BRUSSELS, MAR 30 – Nationalist League party leader
Matteo Salvini will see Hungarian rightist leader and Premier
Viktor Orban and Polish rightist leader and Premier Mateusz
Morawiecki in Budapest on Thursday with a view to forging an
alliance between the League, Orban’s Fidesz party, and
Morawiecki’s Law and Justice (PiS) party at the European level,
the Hungarian government said Tuesday.
    Salvini already had a videocall with Orban at the start of March
on vaccinations, the post-pandemic economic recovery, migration
and family policy, the government statement said.
    The move comes after Fidesz recently left the centre-right
European People’s Party (PPE) caucus at the European Parliament.
    Salvini said “we will have talks on the Europe to come, we’ll
talk about jobs, the family, prosperity” and in the end “there
will be a joint declaration and also a charter of values”.
    He said the main goal of the meeting with the two premiers would
be “creating a charter of shared values, freedom, rights and
objectives based on the themes with which Europe was born,
perhaps stealing the right to happiness from the USA”.
    The three parties are similar national conservative and
right-wing populist forces. (ANSA).
   

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