Expatriate Turks who helped to reelect President Recep Tayyip Erdogan do not belong in Austria, a leading far-right Austrian Freedom Party (FPÖ) official said, revealing the rising anti-Erdogan sentiments in yet another xenophobic statement.

After a partial vote count showed that 72 percent of Turks in Austria backed Erdogan, deputy FPÖ chief Johann Gudenus said that “this election result proves once again that the integration of thousands of Turks has been a miserable failure.”

“All those who voted for Recep Tayyip Erdogan in the Turkish presidential election are clearly better off in Turkey than in Austria,” he said in a statement.

Some 270,000 people with Turkish roots live in Austria. Among them, nearly 107,000 were eligible to vote, and around half of these cast their ballots.

In Austrian capital Vienna, Turkish citizens filled a conference hall to follow the election and started celebrating once Turkey’s Supreme Election Council (YSK) lifted the ban on publishing election results after polling ends.

They were waving Turkish flags and singing songs to celebrate Erdoğan and his party’s victory.