Tristan Azbej inaugurated a chapel in Lesbos, which was renovated through financial aid from the Hungarian government.
The desecration and vandalism of Greek Orthodox churches deeply divides the people living on the island of Lesvos.
The area of today's Turkey used to be inhabited mailnly by Christian populations such as Greeks, Assyrians, and Armenians.
Representatives of the Greek army were present for the consecration of the cross, which enraged the Turks.
“The situation in the village is tragic,” said Makis Pavlellis, a local who lives and works in Moria.
Local: “something very bad and dangerous has been going on for 4 months in the area. It looks organised and directed.”
The Saint Catherine Church in the small town of Moria on Lesvos, is now being used as a latrine.
The government is going to send thirty-thousand dollars through the Hungary Helps Programme.
The last attack happened to Holly Mary Tsiramdu.
The chapel of Saint Catherine, which is is located on the road to Moria migrant camp, has been attacked for the second time.