There are less than 30 days left until the start of the Transatlantic Summit IV organized in Budapest by the Political Network for Values (PNfV) with the presence of a hundred politicians from Europe, America and Africa who promote and defend life, family and fundamental liberties.
The event, which will take place at the Hungarian Parliament on May 26 and 27, will have as its central theme “Freedom at stake: building and strengthening a pro-freedom agenda globally”.
These personalities have already confirmed their presence as speakers: Milan Krajniak, Minister of Labour, Social Affairs and Family of Slovakia; Erwin Ronquillo, Minister of Child Protection of Ecuador; Angela Gandra, National Secretary for the Family of Brazil; Tristan Azbej, State Secretary for the Aid of Persecuted Christians and the Hungary Helps Program; Zsófia Rácz, Deputy Secretary of State for Family and Youth of Hungary; Luis Antonio Lam, Ambassador of Guatemala to the United Nations; Jaime Mayor Oreja, former Minister of Home Affairs of Spain; and Valerie Huber, former Trump administration Special Representative for Women’s Global Health and promoter of the Geneva Consensus Declaration.
In addition, members of the European Parliament Kinga Gál, Enikő Győri and György Hölvényi, from Hungary; and Margarita de la Pisa, from Spain. And deputies Nacsa Lőrinc, from Hungary; Lourdes Méndez Monasterio, from Spain; Gudrun Kugler, from Austria; Anna Zaborska, from Slovakia; Chrisantus Wamalwa, from Kenya; Stephan Schubert, from Chile, and Stephen Bartulica, from Croatia.
Along with senators Maria del Rosario Guerra, from Colombia; Amy Sinclair, from the United States; Ronán Mullen, from Ireland; Javier Puente, from Spain; and Francisco Xavier Salazar, from Mexico.
From civil society, we have as confirmed speakers, Eduardo Verastegui, actor, director and film producer; Sharon Slater, president of Family Watch International; Dawn Hawkins, CEO of the International Center Against Sexual Exploitation; Alfonso Aguilar, president of the Latino Partnership for Conservative Principles, from the United States; Alejandro Chafuen, International General Director of the Acton Institute; Paul Coleman, CEO of ADF International; Grégor Puppinck, president of the European Center for Law and Justice; and Ignacio Arsuaga, CEO of the CitizenGo platform.
As well as researchers Miklos Lukacs, from the San Martín de Porres University, in Peru, and the Mathias Corvinus College, in Hungary; Jay W. Richards, from The Heritage Foundation, in the United States; and Christiaan Alting von Geusau, rector of the ITI Catholic University, in the Netherlands.
The event will be chaired by José Antonio Kast, founder of the Chilean Republican Party, former presidential candidate in his country and new president of the PNfV.
Lola Velarde, Executive Director of the PNfV, explains that the goal of the summits is “to promote a space of encounter between political representatives from countries on both sides of the Atlantic to exchange reflections, policies and best practices and to promote an agenda for the common good on the basis of a transatlantic dialogue on shared values”.
“These shared values refer to non-negotiable principles like the respect for human dignity, the defense of life and the right to fundamental freedoms”, she said.
The first Transatlantic Summit was held at the headquarters of the United Nations Organization, New York, in 2014; others followed at the European Parliament, Brussels, in 2017; and at the Capitol of Colombia, Bogotá, in 2019; in addition to other regional meetings.
If you wish to participate, ask for information and request your registration by sending an email to: [email protected]. Few places left.