EuroNat is an organisation of European nationalist political parties, formed initially at the congress of the French National Front (FN) in Strasbourg on 30 March 1997. It had a loose organisational structure, and was in practice based on coordination by activities of the FN. The organisation failed to attract much support in Western Europe, as FN leader Jean-Marie Le Pen was more successful in gathering support in Eastern Europe. NordNat was an attempt to form a regional organisation by Nordic parties. As of the late 2000s, only the FN, BNP, ND, MS-FT, DN and NR parties were listed as members of EuroNat.
Parties that at one point were part of the organisation include;
- Vlaams Blok (VB)
- Coalition for Republic - Republican Party of Czechoslovakia (SPR-RSČ)
- Republicans of Miroslav Sládek (RMS)
- Croatian Party of Rights (HSP)
- Patriotic National Alliance (IKL)
- National Front (FN)
- German People's Union (DVU)
- Hellenic Front (EM)
- Hungarian Justice and Life Party (MIÉP)
- New Force (FN)
- Tricolour Flame (MS-FT)
- New Right (NR)
- National Alliance (AN)
- Greater Romania Party (PRM)
- Serbian Radical Party (SRS)
- Slovak National Party (SNS)
- National Democracy (DN)
- National Democrats (ND)
- Sweden Democrats (SD)
- All-Ukrainian Union "Svoboda" (SNPU)
- British National Party (BNP)
- Mareš, 2006, p. 11.
- "Official website for cooperation between European Nationalist parties.". EuroNat. Retrieved 26 April 2011.
- Mareš, 2006, pp. 11-12, 24.
- Mareš, Miroslav (July 2006). Transnational Networks of Extreme Right Parties in East Central Europe: Stimuli and Limits of Cross-Border Cooperation. Brno, Czech Republic: Masaryk University.
- Euro-Nat - The international network of the Sweden Democrats, Stieg Larsson, David Lagerlöf, Svend Johansen, Kerstin Zachrisson ISBN 91-972204-5-0
- Euro-Nat: Sverigedemokraternas internationella nätverk, Stieg Larsson ISBN 91-972204-7-7
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