Tag: Tristan Azbej

Five things I learned about Hungary’s commitment to persecuted Christians

"Hungary is determined to remember the past and not to let it be repeated."

'Hungary Helps' is funding the education of disadvantaged African children

African children will be educated with relation to happy and balanced family life - based on Christian foundations

Second International Conference on Christian Persecution concludes in Budapest

More than 600 participants, from more than 40 countries, many years of hard work, patriarchs, cardinals, politicians

International Conference on Christian Persecution convenes in Budapest

"Europe can only be saved if it “returns to the source of its real values: its Christian identity”

Hungary Helps Programme helps persecuted Christians in Jordan to stay home

Help must be taken where there are problems, rather than bringing problems here

Russian and Hungarian joint efforts for persecuted Christians

Hungary wants to set up an international alliance of governments to support Christians in the Middle East and Africa

Hungary in talks with Nigerian Christian leaders

The main topics discussed were the migration crisis and the persecution of Christians.

Help centre for families being built from Hungarian donations in Aleppo, Syria

The Hungarian Kolping Association, which has offered the donation, is a Catholic spiritual movement

Tristan Azbej: The 'Hungary Helps Programme' is recognised in Germany

The basic tenet of our policy is that help must be channeled to crisis regions, instead of importing problems to Europe

Our goal is for the EU to adopt Hungary Helps Programme

Speech of Tristan Azbej, Minister of State responsible for helping persecuted Christians the Hungary Helps Program