PM Orban and Marine Le Pen to make joint press statement
At their meeting, discussions will cover the concept and future of a European Union based on strong nation states, as well as the migration crisis.
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban, leader of the majority ruling party Fidesz, will receive Marine Le Pen, leader of France’s National Rally party, on 26 October, in his office in Budapest. According to the PM’s press chief, the meeting will also be attended by Katalin Novak, Fidesz’s vice president for international affairs.
At the meeting they will discuss the concept and future of a European Union based on strong nation states, the migration crisis, and the further strengthening of the European movement launched by several democratic right-wing parties in the summer, the press chief informed Hungary’s state news agency MTI.
The Hungarian premier and Ms Le Pen will be making a joint press statement after the meeting.