The president of Vox, Santiago Abascal, met this Saturday in Madrid with the Prime Minister of Poland, Mateusz Morawiecki, within the framework of the Madrid Summit, organized by his party, with European political leaders of his tune and located further to the right of the political spectrum. The objective is to vindicate together «an alternative that confronts the globalist drift» and «Build a strong and sovereign European Union«.
“We have shown all our support and solidarity in the face of the attacks that Poland receives on its border, and the scandalous threats from Brussels to its government,” they have expressed from the official Vox account, when sharing the first images of Abascal and Morawiecki. This meeting was scheduled for December, after the meeting held in Warsaw, but now comes at a critical moment for Europe’s interests as it coincides with the tension between Russia and Ukraine, after the threats of invasion of Vladimir Putin.
We have shown him all our support and solidarity in the face of the attacks that Poland receives on its border, and the scandalous threats from Brussels to its government.#DefendEuropepic.twitter.com/UpKcfFRIyD
— VOX 🇪🇸 (@vox_es) January 29, 2022
Among the guests at this meeting organized by Vox, and who is held at the Hotel Plaza de España Design, from Madrid, are, in addition to the Pole Morawiecki, the Prime Minister of Hungary, Viktor Orbán, which Abascal received yesterday; the french Marine Le Pen, and the Polish president, Jaroslaw Kaczynski, although the latter will not be present at the summit since he has not traveled by plane since the death of his brother in a plane crash. They will also be Marlene Volume (Austria), Tom VanGreek (Belgium), Krasimir Karakachanov (Bulgaria), Martin Helme (Estonia), Vincenzo Sofo (Italy) and Paolo Borchia (Italy), Valdemar Tomasevski (Lithuania), Rob Roos (Netherlands) and Aurelian Pavelescu (Romania).
The Madrid summit began yesterday at eight in the afternoon with a dinner chaired by Abascal and continues behind closed doors throughout this Saturday. will form two round table discussions to address “strategies to defend Europe”, analyzing the defense of industry, energy sovereignty, the birth rate and the fight against depopulation, European borders, the European cultural legacy against multiculturalism and the creation of common work spaces.
Son fifteen self-styled “patriotic” and “conservative” parties from fourteen countries that in June they signed a joint declaration to demand that Brussels respect the national sovereignty of each State of the European Union. At the time, the EU was promoting sanctions against Poland for its lack of judicial independence and warning Hungary for considering its laws homophobic.