European right parties to meet in Germany


This Saturday, January 21st, a conference of the Europe of Nations and Freedom movement will take place in Kloblenz, Germany. The event will be attended by up to a thousand participants including the main Eurosceptic politicians from nine European states:  Marine Le Pen from the National Front; Marcel de Graaff from Partij voor de Vrijheid; Matteo Salvini from Lega Nord; Dr. Frauke Petry from Alternative for Germany, as well as other politicians. The conference will focus on the main problems of the European Union and solutions to them.

About movement

Europe of Nations and Freedom is a political group in the European Parliament that was launched on June 15th, 2015. With 40 members, the group is the smallest in the European Parliament. The largest party of the group in terms of number of MEPs is the National Front representing more than half of the ENL's MEPs with 20 MEPs out of 40.

ENF is an opposition force that embodies the patriotic alternative to the globalist, technocratic and anti-democratic Europe of Brussels.

ENF struggles for a Europe of sovereign states that respects national individuality and national identity, Europe of economic cooperation between nation states.

A word from Marine Le Pen, Co-president:

The Europe we want: a Europe of Nations and Freedom
Day after day, the Europe of Brussels reveals its deadly plan: to deconstruct the nation states in order to create a new globalised order, one that threatens the security, prosperity, identity and very survival of the peoples of Europe.


Democracy: the parties and the individual MEPs of the ENF Group base their political project upon conformity with the democratic principles and the charter of fundamental rights and therefore reject any past, present or future affiliation, connection or sympathy to any authoritarian or totalitarian project.

Sovereignty: the parties and the individual MEPs of the ENF Group base their political alliance on the sovereignty of states and their citizens, relying on the cooperation between nations, and therefore reject any policy designed to create a supra-state or supra-national model. The opposition to any transfer of national sovereignty to supranational bodies and/or European Institutions is one of the fundamental principle uniting Members of the ENF.

Identity:  the parties and individual MEPs of the ENF Group base their political alliance on the preservation of the identity of the citizens and nations of Europe, in accordance with the specific characteristics of each population. The right to control and regulate immigration is thus a fundamental principle shared by the Members of the ENF Group.

Specificity: the parties and individual MEPs of the ENF Group recognize each other’s right to defend their specific unique economic, social, cultural and territorial models. The ENF Group seeks to preserve the diversity of the political projects of its Members.

Freedom: the parties and individual MEPs base their political ENF alliance on defending individual freedom and emphasising the particular importance of protecting freedom of speech including digital freedom which today is increasingly in jeopardy.