Several members of Spain’s VOX party, including its president Santiago Abascal, recently met with the leader of Poland’s Law and Justice party, Jarosław Kaczyński, in Warsaw.
Abascal, together with party spokesman Jorge Buxadé and MEP Hermann Tertsch, reportedly discussed issues of national sovereignty and the way near-eastern migrants are being deployed by the Belarusian government on its border with Poland in order to pressure the latter.
Tweeted the VOX leader:
In Poland to discuss the future of European nations, the defense of common borders against illegal immigration and the situation created by the war. Meeting with the president of the ruling party in Poland Jaroslaw Kaczyński in Warsaw.
Kaczyński, for his part, gave a speech in which he praised the Spanish party, pointing out how much it has in common with his own platform.
In this context, the Polish politician underscored the corrosive effects of globalism and contemporary gender ideology, while looking forward to a future, stronger Europe.
The meeting highlights the degree to which political groupings like VOX understand the idea of national sovereignty—and a defense of local interests—within a clear sense of the need to collaborate and retain European unity.