Bolsonaro thanked Orbán and other right-wing politicians for their support

Jair Bolsonaro e Viktor Orbán

The president released a video of Hungary’s prime minister, thanking him for the approval of government measures in the economy

President and candidate for re-election Jair Bolsonaro (PL) This Saturday (1st.Oct.2022) thanked the Prime Minister of Hungary Viktor Orbán for his support. On their profiles on social networks, the chief executive and his assistants release videos of foreign right-wing politicians supporting the president’s election.

Thank you to Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán for recognizing the work we have done to recover our economy, control inflation, create jobs, fight crime and protect our values. Let us follow the right path to a bright future“, said Twitter.

Bolsonaro was in Budapest He met with Orban in February this year. He was a Hungarian politician He was re-elected for a fourth term in April Since the year He is one of the few international leaders to maintain close ties with the Brazilian president.

In July, Bolsonaro Hungarian President Katelyn Novak was received at Planalto Palace. At the meeting, they highlighted the good relations between the countries anchored in conservative values ​​such as protection of the family.

Newspaper report Folha DS. Paolo The Hungarian Foreign Minister showed, Peter Cijarto, Bolsonaro offered help to get re-elected In a meeting with the Minister for Women, Family and Human Rights in early July in the United Kingdom, Christian Brito. This information is contained in the travel report made by the minister.

International support

On Friday, Bolsonaro was also published Twitter Text thanking José Antonio Cast, a Chilean right-wing politician from the Republican Party, for his support.

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Other foreign politicians have also declared their support for Bolsonaro, including:

  • Javier mercyArgentina Deputy;
  • Donald Trump JrSon of former US President (who and supports Bolsonaro);
  • Andre VenturaPortuguese Deputy;
  • Santiago AbascalSpanish Deputy;
  • MAlaugh Fernanda CabalColombian Senator.

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