Europe has less and less courage to profess its Christian roots
Currently there are less than 1.4 million people seeking shelter because of armed conflicts, epidemics and regional instability.
"Hungary does not accept that international organisations “turn a blind eye” to the persecution of Christian communities".
Security risks in the Middle East could give rise to new waves of migration
Last year over 250 people were killed in targeted attacks.
2019 was the year of hope for persecuted Christians.
"Hungary is determined to remember the past and not to let it be repeated."
The Christian democratic approach thinks in terms of the community: family and nation