Representatives of the European right wing held talks in Brussels

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Representatives of the European right wing held talks in Brussels

Viktor Orban, Mateusz Morawiecki, and Matteo Salvini discussed the creation of a new political force

Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban held talks with populist politicians from Italy and Poland to create a new right-wing nationalist political force in the European arena.

The trilateral meeting in Budapest was attended by Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki and former Italian Interior Minister Matteo Salvini.

In a press briefing following the talks, politicians pledged to continue working together in a quest for what Orban has called a “European renaissance.”

However, they did not provide any additional details.

Orban made it clear that he hopes to “reorganize the European right-wing” and help Hungarian lawmakers and other anti-immigrant parties make their way to Brussels.

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