Tag: Tristan Azbej

"I feel gratitude for not forgetting your brothers when no one was there"

A message sent to the Hungarians from Christian friends from Iraq, supported by the Hungary Helps Program through the years

A message for the 'Day for the Victims of Acts of Violence Based on Religion'

"Violation of religious freedom is not a purely religious issue but also the most serious human rights crisis swept under the rug"

Hungarian-Polish Humanitarian Agreement - Organisations joining the noble cause

In addition to the Polish-Hungarian governmental parties, ecclesiastical and charitable institutions take part in the cooperation.

Agreement on Hungarian-Polish humanitarian cooperation signed

These projects are designed to lessen religious conflicts and promote religious tolerance, and human rights around the globe

Hungarian PM: "Our hearts and thoughts are with you"

Viktor Orbán offered his condolences in a message to his Lebanese counterpart Hassan Diab in connection with the tragic explosion

Tristan Azbej’s open letter to Human Rights Watch

"I still have faith that one day the dignity of these communities will be worth as much in your eyes…"

Tristan Azbej acknowledges Trump's efforts to advance religious freedom

"The U.S. can continue to count on Hungary in the global fight for religious freedom," assures the Hungarian State Secretary.

'The one who shows mercy'

Hungary demonstrates compassion by action. It’s the only country with a national-level office to support persecuted Christians.

Tristan Azbej: Four thousand Christians were killed last year

According to data, more than a thousand churches were also attacked.

Tristan Azbej: Churches are strategic partners in humanitarian policy

The Hungarian government is trying to maintain a close cooperation with churches in its humanitarian policy.