Katalin Cseh, Momentum's lead candidate held her speech at her party's election event following the announcement of the official results. She said "Momentum's existence is proof that you cannot give up, that there are miracles, and that you can build a party up from nothing." She added:
In order to give hope back to millions of Hungarians, we need to have dreams, we need to have a vision. This is the only group with a vision. We are dreaming about a country that we will make a reality."
Reflecting upon the victory of Fidesz, Cseh said this shows that there are still tasks ahead of Momentum: to create a country where EU funds do not land at friends of the government but at the best contenders.
Momentum's chairman András Fekete-Győr also spoke at the event, he announced that they have received 330 000 votes, and the party will be sending two MEPs to the European Parliament, becoming the third largest political power in Hungary.
Fekete-Győr said Momentum has to become a party primarily concerned with healthcare, education, and people's ability to make a living.
"In the past few years, Momentum has been the only party that offered real solutions to the real problems of the Hungarian people. "