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Orbán Meets FdI Head Meloni in Brussels

MTI-Hungary Today 2021.06.24.

Prime Minister Viktor Orbán, the head of Hungary’s ruling Fidesz, and Katalin Novák, minister in charge of family affairs and deputy chair of Fidesz, met Giorgia Meloni, the leader of Italy’s right-wing FdI in Brussels on Wednesday evening, the prime minister’s press chief told MTI.

Parties at the talks discussed European political issues and expressed commitment to unifying Europe’s right-wing parties and taking an active role in debates on the community’s future.

Orbán Reaffirms Willingness to Cooperate with Italy's Opposition Brothers of Italy
Orbán Reaffirms Willingness to Cooperate with Italy's Opposition Brothers of Italy

Prime Minister Viktor Orbán reaffirmed his willingness to cooperate with Italy’s opposition party Brothers of Italy (Fratelli d’Italia – FdI) in a letter addressed to party leader Giorgia Meloni. The letter published by the party late on Thursday was received after FdI refused to join the new government of Prime Minister Mario Draghi. Orbán said […]Continue reading

According to Orbán and Meloni, right-wing parties should firmly represent “many millions of European citizens that believe in the traditional family model, an European community based on strong nations, as well as shared cultural and religious roots”, Bertalan Havasi said.

Featured photo via Viktor Orbán’s Facebook page