BUDAPEST, Hungary — Late on Sunday evening, Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán stated that “we have achieved a crucial victory: we have been given – and we have created – the opportunity to defend Hungary.”
The statement comes on the heels of obtaining a re-election victory and the super majority in parliament his right-wing populist party. He will serve his third Consecutive Term in Hungary as Prime Minister.
Prime Minister Viktor Orbán won his fourth term overall – he first governed in 1998-2002 before returning to power in 2010 after two terms of scandal-filled Socialist rule.
I spoke with Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban, congratulated him on his election victory, and invited him to visit Israel. Thank you, Prime Minister Orban, for Hungary's support for Israel in international forums! pic.twitter.com/UoXbBLyyOv
— Benjamin Netanyahu (@netanyahu) 9 april 2018
— Donald Tusk (@eucopresident) 9 april 2018