site.btaParties from Nine Countries Sign Joint Declaration at Vazrazhdane-Organized Conference

Parties from Nine Countries Sign Joint Declaration at Vazrazhdane-Organized Conference
Parties from Nine Countries Sign Joint Declaration at Vazrazhdane-Organized Conference
A sign of the conference (BTA Photo)

Friday's Vazrazhdane-organized conference titled The New Leaders of Europe was attended by political parties from nine countries - Agricultural Livestock Party of Greece, Renastere (Moldova), Forum for Democracy (Netherlands), The Republic Movement (Slovakia), Zavetnici  (Serbia), Our Homeland Movement (Hungary), Alternative for Sweden and MASS-VOLL! (Switzerland).

A joint declaration was signed during the forum between formations sharing common values. The document was named the Sofia Declaration, and it covers the views of the formations on the preservation of national borders, a Europe of Nations and Freedom, as well as the national sovereignty of individual states.

Europe and the European Union are two different things, Vazrazhdane leader Kostadin Kostadinov said. The old leaders in Europe have built a European Union that is unwanted by the citizens, which is why it should be renegotiated, he argued.

"The purpose of this conference is to send a clear message that the current policy of the European Union and European elites can no longer go on like this. It is harmful. It is dangerous. Both for us, Bulgarians, and for European civilization," Kostadinov said.

Goran Igic, representative of the Serbia's Zavetnici political party, greeted the participants in Bulgarian and pointed out that the current union is made for the strongest capitalists. "There is no freedom of speech. We are against the deindustrialisation of Europe, against it becoming a second-rate continent," he said.

The EU countries gave up decision-making and transferred this right to the community, said Argyelan Janos, a representative of Hungary's Our Homeland Movement . In his view, there is a need for a European system of cooperating states that have preserved their sovereignty. 

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