The 'Hungary Helps' Programme supports Christian communities and protects universal Christian heritage
"It is important to translate commitment for persecuted Christians into action."
Currently there are less than 1.4 million people seeking shelter because of armed conflicts, epidemics and regional instability.
The State Secretary for the Aid of Persecuted Christians had a longer talk on what Hungary is doing to protect religious freedom
“Many deny the existence of Christian persecution, although it is proven that 250 thousand people are persecuted for their faith"
“All of humanity should stand up and come to the aid of persecuted Christians,” said Azbej.
An important goal of the 'Hungary Helps Programme' is to promote the maintenance of stability of local Christians
Mr Azbej reassured members of the local persecuted Christian community of the Hungarian people’s solidarity
More than 600 participants, from more than 40 countries, many years of hard work, patriarchs, cardinals, politicians