Slovakia’s SNS party attends meeting of European right-wing parties in Austria

A representative of the Slovak National Party (SNS) took part in a meeting of right-wing European parties in Vienna on October 22 and 23 that was held to discuss the issue of Turkey's EU accession process and to strengthen cooperation between the parties, the TASR newswire reported. SNS spokesperson Jana Benková told TASR newswire that SNS chairman Ján Slota was invited to the session by the Freedom Party of Austria (FPO)but he could not take part due to prior commitments.

A representative of the Slovak National Party (SNS) took part in a meeting of right-wing European parties in Vienna on October 22 and 23 that was held to discuss the issue of Turkey's EU accession process and to strengthen cooperation between the parties, the TASR newswire reported.

SNS spokesperson Jana Benková told TASR newswire that SNS chairman Ján Slota was invited to the session by the Freedom Party of Austria (FPO)but he could not take part due to prior commitments.

SNS was represented by its first vice-chair Andrej Danko. The parties attending the meeting came to the conclusion that Turkey's accession to the European Union should only be approved if it is first given the go-ahead by EU citizens in a referendum.

Source: TASR

Compiled by Zuzana Vilikovská from press reports
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