Orbán: Brussels supports migration, fails to protect families, children
The Polish capital is a host of twelve party leaders who seek “to be a voice of the many tens of millions of people who are European citizens but do not feel represented in any platform at all,” Orbán said on Facebook.
“We do not want migration, what we want is for families and children to come first,” he said, adding that their aim is to change the politics of Brussels. “We have been making preparations for months to set up a strong and influential party alliance,” Orbán said, expressing hope that the meeting on Friday and Saturday would take significant steps to achieve that goal.
Bertalan Havasi, Orbán’s press chief, said earlier that the Hungarian prime minister would travel to Warsaw to participate in a working meeting of European conservative party leaders.
He told MTI on Friday evening that Orbán had met Mateusz Morawiecki, his Polish counterpart, before participating in a working dinner of the European party leaders.