News from Hungary

Christianity is the most persecuted religion in the world

"In our times, Christianity is the most persecuted religion in the world," said Tristan Azbej State Secretary.

The Hungarian government has opened a development center in Chad

The Hungarian government opening a humanitarian and development center in N'Djamena as part of the Hungary Helps program

Tristan Azbej: Hungary provides humanitarian aid to Armenia

Hungary supporting the humanitarian work of the Armenian Red Cross with 100.000 euros through the Hungary Helps program.

Cooperation agreement signed by Hungary Helps concerning water purification systems

The Hungary Helps Agency signed a partnership agreement with the Hungarian Water Partnership.

Christian church leaders in Hungary drew attention to the importance of peace

The three largest Christian churches in Hungary highlighted the importance of peace at their meeting this year

Hungarian rescue teams are heading to flood-stricken Libya

Hungarian Rescue Group are heading to flood-stricken Libya with 46 members and three dogs, supported by the government.

In the future, Hungary will pay special attention to the Sahel region

Hungary will place special emphasis on the Sahel region, as it is considered a potential migration source said Tristan Azbej.

Christians demonstrated at the Finnish Embassy in Budapest

Christians demonstrated supporting Päivi Räsänen in front of the building of the Finnish Embassy.

Hungary condemns religious, ethnic and national community incitement

Tristan Azbej, the State Secretary responsible for aiding persecuted Christians, states: "Hungary condemns religious incitement."

Commemoration about the victims of the Roma Holocaust in Budapest

The Roma community was also a victim, alongside the Jewish population - said the organiser of the commemoration.