The president of the French National Union, Marine Le Pen, was invited to a meeting on Friday evening with Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki, about which she informed on social media. She added that they were to “exchange comments on the future of European nations”. The leader of the nationalist party on Saturday in Warsaw will take part in a meeting of representatives of the European right.
Marine Le Pen, head of the far-right French grouping National Union, is on Friday visiting the Polish capital.
“In connection with my official visit to Warsaw, I will be received tonight by Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki to exchange comments on the future of European nations,” she wrote on Twitter that day. The entry was accompanied by an invitation sent by the Polish Prime Minister to a dinner at 8 p.m. at the Palace on the Isle in Łazienki Królewskie.
Marine Le Pen in Warsaw. He will take part in the meeting of representatives of nationalist groups
The leader of the French National Union appeared earlier on Friday, among others, in front of the Monument to the Heroes of the Warsaw Ghetto, where she laid a wreath. She also visited the Castle Square.
Marine Le Pen is scheduled to attend on Saturday the congress of the European rightwhich is in favor of stopping what it sees as the transformation of the European Union into a state. The guests will also include Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban and the leader of the Spanish populist VOX party Santiago Abascal.
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