France's Marine Le Pen is in Bulgaria to meet with the leaders of the European far right, who attempt to unite ahead of European Parliament elections
There have been new meetings of the leaders of the European far right, who are uniting in the light of European Parliament elections.
France's Marine Le Pen, the leader of National Rally party, is in Bulgaria visiting her far-right allies from Volya party and attended a rally of the Bulgarian far-right party in Sofia.
"For the first time, we have the opportunity of a political change or a possibility to influence the decision-making process. What we are saying is that the EU is not Europe and this extraterrestrial organisation is seen as an ideological project that destroys the beautiful idea of Europe," she said.
At the end of April, Marine Le Pen took part in a meeting of far-right parties in Prague on the initiative of Czech-Japanese right wing leader Tomio Okamura.
This was preceded by her meeting with the League's Matteo Salvini in Paris.