At Fidesz's election event, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán said: "Europe is our home too, and that is why we want to change it". He thanked all the people who have worked hard on their campaign and announced Fidesz's victory. Orbán assessed that it was a historic victory at the 2019 European election that had a record-breaking turnout, which shows Hungarians belong in Europe. Orbán said that the EP elections are a way for Hungarians to reunite their nation, as they can represent Hungary's interests together with the Hungarians living beyond the country's borders.
He said that the Hungarian voters have given Fidesz a mission to protect Europe and the Christian culture in Europe, and it became apparent that people in Hungary think that changes have to be made in Brussels and that the EU needs leaders that are proud of the 2000-year-old Christian culture.
Orbán finished by saying that Fidesz will cooperate with "anyone who wants to put a stop to migration", and he promised he will do anything in his power to preserve the unity of the nation that the elections have expressed.