"Van der Bellen has just announced that all the ministers from the FPO are resigning, Foreign Minister Kneissl remains in office", it said on Twitter.
Earlier on 20 May, a poll showed that the FPO party has lost five per cent of votes in a prospect snap election amid the situation with the video.
Austrian President Alexander Van der Bellen has called for the holding of a parliamentary snap election in the beginning of September after a meeting with the chancellor.
Chancellor Sebastian Kurz has not only called for holding snap parliamentary elections, but refused to maintain a government coalition with the FPO. The scandal also resulted in Strache's resignation as the FPO leader and country's vice-chancellor.
The tense situation around Strache erupted on 17 May, just over a week before the European Parliament elections, when Der Spiegel and Suddeutsche Zeitung reported, citing a video recording that they obtained, that in 2017, Strache discussed the possibility of an acquisition of the Kronen Zeitung newspaper by a Russian-speaking Latvian citizen in order to secure help in the coming parliamentary election. The outlets claimed that million-euro deals were also discussed at the meeting in Ibiza, Spain, including access to government contracts.