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UNITED NATIONS, New York – Hungary would likely benefit from seeing former President Trump return to office as the two countries enjoyed the “best-ever political relationship” during his administration, the Hungarian foreign minister told Fox News Digital.
Hungary stands as one of the primary conservative governments in Europe. Hungarian Prime Minister Victor Orban this year commenced his fourth term as leader of his country, though foreign nations have accused him of eroding democracy.
“Definitely, we work together with those who are elected here in the U.S.,” Hungarian Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto told Fox News Digital at the United Nations. “Well, but we have to be honest: If you look at the relationship, the political relationship under conservative or Republican administration and under Democratic administration, there’s a big change.
“Under the term of President Trump, we had the best-ever political relationship between the two countries, [the] best-ever relationship,” he added. “We respect President Trump a lot.”
Szijjarto told the outlet that if Trump returned to the White House, he was “pretty sure” that “best” relationship between the U.S. and Hungary would resume.
Szijjarto also addressed claims that Orban is eroding democracy, bashing the European Union as only defining democracy “in case the liberals are governing.”
“This is not the case in Hungary because we are a patriotic center-right, Christian democratic government, definitely against the liberal mainstream,” Szijjarto said. “They hate us, and, you know, since we are successful, we are a kind of proof that it’s not only the liberal mainstream which can be progressive and successful. A conservative political strategy can be successful as well. And they hate this fact.”
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