Prime Minister Viktor Orbán received European attendees of CPAC at a working lunch

As part of a working lunch on Friday in the Carmelite Monastery, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán had talks with the European guests of the CPAC Hungary conference, including the leaders of the most significant European right-wing parties, Bertalan Havasi, the Prime Minister’s press chief informed the Hungarian news agency MTI.

The invited guests included former Prime Minister of the Republic of Slovenia-President of the Slovenian Democratic Party Janez Jansa, Member of the European Parliament-President of the National Rally Jordan Bardella, Member of the National Assembly of France Thibaut François, President of the CHAGE party-Deputy of the Assembly of the Portuguese Republic André Ventura, President of the Estonian Conservative People’s Party-member of the Estonian Parliament Martin Helme, Member of the European Parliament for the Brothers of Italy Vincenzo Sofo, Member of the European Parliament for the Freedom Party of Austria Harald Vilimsky, Secretary General of the Freedom Party of Austria Christian Hafenecker, Member of the European Parliament for the Vlaams Belang party Gerolf Annemans, Member of the European Parliament for the JA21 party Rob Roos, Member of the European Parliament for the VOX party Hermann Tertsch, Member of the European Parliament for the VOX party Jorge Buxadé Villalba, Member of the Croatian Parliament-member of the Croatian Liberation Movement Stephen Nikola Bartulica, Member of the Chamber of Deputies of Italy for the Lega party Simone Billi, Member of the National Assembly of Serbia for the Serbian People’s Party Jovan Palalic, President of the Ordo Iuris Institute for Legal Culture Jerzy Kwaniewski, President of the Im Tirtsu organisation Matan Peleg, President of the Machiavelli Institute Daniele Scalea, member of the Lega party Guglielmo Picchi, Vice President of Reconquéte party Marion Maréchal and Dutch legal philosopher Eva Vlaardingerbroek, Mr Havasi listed.

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