The prime minister’s address in Budapest was described as a ‘strength and unity in defense of Christian conservative values, against gender ideology, war rhetoric or open society.’

With one week to go before the European Parliament holds its elections, Hungary’s hugely popular Prime Minister Viktor Orbán urged tens of thousands of “pro-peace” supporters to reject World War III and George Soros-backed candidates and instead vote for his Fidesz-KDNP alliance.

“We shall not sacrifice young Hungarians so that the war speculators can make a financial killing. We reject the war plan that has been devised for money, for the acquisition of assets in Ukraine, and for the interests of great powers,” he said.