Serhat TUNAR -TDO- Europe's anti-union right-wing leaders met at a conference of nationalist conservatives held in Rome.
Former United States President Ronald Reagan and Pope John II. Participants of the main themed conference dedicated to Jean Paul include Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban, Italy's Fratellid'italia leader Giorgia Meloni and Marion Marechal-Le Pen, niece of French far-right party National Front leader Marine Le Pen.
At the conference held on 3 and 4 February, Hungarian Prime Minister Orban criticized the European Union and said that he had problems with the European Union and that the source of the Troubles was due to the difference in approach on how to create Europe.
Arguing that Europe should be built with international cooperation, Orban said: "the other approach is in the form of a hill-down Europe. This federalist approach is not junked by the sovereignty of countries."
The European Parliament adopted a draft resolution in January that addressed the abuse of the rule of law in Poland and Hungary. The Fidesz party, led by Orban, had its membership in the European People's party (EPP) suspended in March 2019.