News from Hungary

Hungarian government urges defense of persecuted Christians

“All of humanity should stand up and come to the aid of persecuted Christians,” said Azbej.

Hungary, Saudi Arabia share position on migration, terrorism

Security risks in the Middle East could give rise to new waves of migration

Government announced zero-tolerance policy towards anti-Semitism

"Europe’s second largest Jewish community lives in Hungary , in more peace and security actually, than anywhere else in Europe."

Hungary's foreign minister: Africa instability boosts migration

The EU must deal with instability in the Sahel region which, similarly to the situation in Libya

Liberation of Budapest’s ghetto commemorated at Dohány Street Synagogue

Róbert Frölich, the synagogue’s chief rabbi, said the tragedy of the Hungarian Jews did not begin when the first trains departed.

"Hungary’s policy on the family is highly thought of in Washington"

US Health and Human Services Secretary Azar is expected to pay a visit to Budapest in the spring.

New Hungarian family policy: Free access to infertility procedures from 2020

Instead of immigration, economic incentives are the solution for increasing national birth rates.

Nuncio to Syria is grateful for Hungarian Catholic Church's fundraising

Almost 200 thousand euros were raised in the donation campaign launched by the Hungarian Catholic Bishop's Conference.

Hungary Defending Christians and Christian values at home and abroad

Since 2010, Viktor Orbán has worked to build an old-school Christian democracy, rooted in European traditions.

Tristan Azbej: Hungary Helps is looking forward to 2020

2019 was the year of hope for persecuted Christians.