A large and strong anti-immigration, pro-family European party alliance needs to be formed, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán told public radio in an interview on Friday.
At the moment anti-immigration, pro-family parties are in the minority in Europe, he said.
The prime minister said Europeans — whether French, Germans or Hungarians — needed a voice in the coming decades rallying against the transformation of Europe into an “immigrant continent”. Moreover, they want families that can raise as many children as possible, he added.
“We don’t want to be the alternatives; we want to be the winners,”
he said. “We want to influence and even determine the policies of Brussels. Our aim is to create the biggest political force in Europe.”