Anti-immigration group, Identity Ireland has invited representatives from the right wing Fortress Europe grouping to attend a conference on migration planned for Ireland later this year.
Identity Ireland said that two of its founder members, Peter O’Loughlin and Alan Tighe had represented the party at a Fortress Europe conference in the Czech Republic last week.
“Representatives from 16 nationalist organisations from across 14 European countries were in attendance at the conference at the Czech Parliament in Prague,” said Identity Ireland on Tuesday.
The conference also looked at “the irreparable damage associated with the mass immigration of unassimilable people and cultures into Europe,” said Identity Ireland.
“Arrangements have been made for distinguished members of the Fortress Europe grouping to attend a future conference in Ireland which will be hosted by Identity Ireland.”
Last week’s conference in Prague is the second organised by Fortress Europe or Festunga Europa in the Czech capital and follows a similar such conference there in January.
That meeting on January 23rd was organised by members of Pegida which translates from German as Patriotic Europeans Against the Islamisation of the West.
At the meeting, German representatives of Pegida met organisations from nine other countries to sign a joint declaration opposing political Islam and the Islamisation of Europe.