News from Hungary

"Our hearts and thoughts are with you"

Viktor Orbán offered his condolences in a message to his Lebanese counterpart Hassan Diab in connection with the tragic explosion

Tristan Azbej’s open letter to Human Rights Watch

"I still have faith that one day the dignity of these communities will be worth as much in your eyes…"

Trianon 100 - Disastrous treaty commemorated by the ringing of 15,000 bells

Today, at 4.30 pm, thousands of bells across the Carpathian Basin signalled the moment Hungary lost 67% of its territory in 1920.

Coronavirus – Hungary supports Palestinian Christians

The Hungarian government has earmarked 20,000 euros to support Palestinian Christians in the West Bank amid the pandemic.

Hungary to contribute to restore churches in Lesbos vandalised by migrants

The government is going to send thirty-thousand dollars through the Hungary Helps Programme.

Hungary offers support of medical masks to Christians in Turkey

The donation will be distributed among orthodox communities in Turkey.

Hungary's pro-family measures bearing fruit

Hungary’s Pro-Family Policy Is Working, Births Up 9.4 Per Cent

Hungarian Catholic charity aids twenty-five thousand families

The charity distributed 75 tonnes of food, donated medical equipment, supplied disinfectants, and face masks.

International Eucharistic Congress in Budapest postponed to 2021

The decision was made “because of the current health situation and its consequences for the movement of the faithful and pilgrims”

Tribute paid by Minister of Justice at Shoes Memorial on Holocaust Memorial Day

On behalf of the Hungarian government, Justice Minister Judit Varga placed pebbles, flowers and candles at the Shoes Memorial.