The Hungarian foreign ministry will provide 11 million forints (EUR 34,000) of fast aid to Sri Lanka, where several terrorist attacks killed at least 321 during the Easter festivities. Continue reading “MFA provides aid to Sri Lanka”
Hungarian President Janos Ader, Prime Minister Viktor Orban and Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto expressed condolences over the attacks in Sri Lanka, where 200 people were killed and 450 injured in the Easter Sunday blasts that hit four hotels and three churches. Continue reading “Government expresses condolences over Sri Lanka attacks”
Prime Minister Viktor Orban, together with Deputy Prime Minister Zsolt Semjen, held talks with Youssef Absi, the patriarch of the Melkite Greek Catholic Church, in the form of a luncheon in the Carmelite monastery in Budapest, the PM’s press chief said on Tuesday. Continue reading “Orban holds talks with Syrian patriarch”
Prime Minister Viktor Orban on Tuesday met Archbishop Mario Zenari, the Apostolic Nuncio to Syria, in his office, the PM’s press chief said. Continue reading “Orban holds talks with to apostolic nuncio to Syria”
Mass migration is dangerous not only regarding terrorism, public security, culture and social security, but also the whole healthcare system, State Secretary Bence Retvari told Hungarian daily Magyar Hirlap. Continue reading “Retvari: Immigration is dangerous, integration failed”
We have to make a distinction between the help provided by Hungary and the other Western countries, the Maronite Patriarch of Antioch, Bechara Boutros al-Rahi told Hungarian daily Magyar Hirlap.
Often even Christian churches are reluctant to bring up the issue of Christian persecution and acknowledge problems by their name, the deputy state secretary for aiding persecuted Christians said in an interview from Ottawa late on Thursday. Continue reading ““Christian churches often reluctant to bring up issue of persecution””