Regarding the event to be held in the Polish capital, the Prime Minister said it will be a meeting of twelve party leaders who want to lend a voice to the many millions of people who are European citizens, but feel they have no representation at present.
“We don’t want immigration, but want family and children to be the number one priority. We want to change the current Brussels policy, we’ve been preparing for many long months to establish a strong and influential party alliance,” Mr Orbán said.
“I sincerely hope that today and tomorrow we will take an important step in that direction,” the Prime Minister added.
Bertalan Havasi, the head of the Press Office of the Prime Minister, previously announced that Mr Orbán would attend a working meeting of European conservative party leaders in Warsaw.
On Friday, he told the Hungarian news agency MTI that at the beginning of the programme Mr Orbán had attended a one-to-one meeting with Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki which had been followed by a working dinner of the attending European party leaders.