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Victor Orban won his fourth term as Hungarian Prime Minister on Sunday, despite facing interference from left-wing forces within his own country and “opponents” from abroad, including Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky and billionaire George Soros.

On Sunday night Orban told his supporters that “we have such a victory, it can be seen from the Moon, but it’s sure that it can be seen from Brussels,” hinting at tensions his party had with other EU leaders. “We will remember this victory until the end of our lives because we had to fight against a huge number of opponents.”

Opposition to Orban’s campaign included not only Hungary’s own opposition parties, but also 

“Brussels bureaucrats, the Soros empire – with all its money – the international mainstream media, and in the end, even the Ukrainian president. We never had so many opponents at the same time.”

He also declared that “the entire world can see that our brand of Christian democratic, conservative, patriotic politics has won.”

In the lead up to the election he was portrayed as “pro-Putin” by Western media outlets after resisting pressure to take a tougher stance against Russia over the Ukrainian conflict.

Even Ukrainian president Zelensky took time on the eve of the election to criticise Orban for not condemning Putin, nor aiding Kiev’s war effort.

Zelensky claimed that Orban “is virtually the only one in Europe to openly support Mr. Putin.”

Orban refrained from sending weapons to Ukraine as it could have made his country a target for Russian retaliation, and also refused to sanction Russian oil and gas as Hungary has no alternative supply to meet its needs. 

“This isn’t our war, we have to stay out of it,” Orban said during a campaign rally on Friday. He added that “Zelensky is not voting today,” and that “Putin isn’t running in the Hungarian elections.”

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