Azbej Tristan, head of the state secretariat of the Hungarian Prime Minister responsible for helping the Christians and implementing the Hungarian Helps program, announced that a new agency will coordinate the government’s programs to help persecuted Christians, reports Magyar Nemzet, a recently republished newspaper close to the Hungarian government. According to their information, the agencyREAD MORE
Hungary’s Catholic leadership is firmly behind Orbán, in fact, church events often serve as political tools to spread Orbán’s nationalist message in the Carpathian basin. Pope Francis plans to visit Romania and is expected to celebrate an outdoor Mass on June 1, 2019 at the shrine of Our Lady of Csíksomlyó, a pilgrimage site nearREAD MORE
According to a vast survey of opinions expressed in 14 countries in the European Union, southern and eastern European countries are more concerned with emigration than immigration, according to a review published in The Guardian and taken over by Rador. In Spain, Italy, Greece, Poland, Hungary and Romania, six of the countries whereREAD MORE
Foreign policies based on democracy export are counter-productive, generating problems and destabilising the situation, said Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban at the second Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) on April 27. Hungary signed a five-point development plan to further advance Hungarian-Chinese relations at the summit. The BRI coincides with Hungary’s national interests and maintaining theREAD MORE
On the 20th of March, 1990, a bloody street conflict took place in Târgu-Mureş on an interethnic background. The conflict was so violent that there was a need for the army to intervene. Conduct of events has led to suspicions about the involvement of secret services in the conflict. Why did Romanians beat the HungariansREAD MORE
The fencer, Ana Maria Bânza, was impressed by the conditions of the athletes in Hungary. Last night, before returning to the country, the athlete had confessed that she could not sleep well. Here are the reasons for her insomnia. Ana Maria Brânza earned the silver medal in the individual épée event at the 2008 SummerREAD MORE
Pope Francis promulgated the beatification decree of the seven Greek-Catholic bishops “killed from hatred of faith” between 1950 and 1970, the Vatican press office announced on Tuesday. The seven bishops may be beatified on the occasion of Pope Francis’ visit to Romania at the beginning of June. The seven Greek-Catholic bishops are: Valeriu Traian Frentiu,READ MORE
BUDAKESZI, Hungary (Reuters) – Tucked away in a leafy hillside suburb west of Budapest, Julia Scharle lives the family-centered life Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban has long promoted with the slogan “three kids, three rooms, four wheels.” Scharle, 28, and her husband share a new house with their two year-old daughter, and she’s expectingREAD MORE
On February 21, Márton Simó’s book “We, the Szeklers, and our Romanian friends. Interviews and Testimonies of Coexistence” will be presented at the Kájoni János County Library in Miercurea Ciuc. Márton Simó is a writer, poet, editor, civilian activist and collaborator of the newspaper “Hargita Népe”. According to the organizers Vilmos Molnár, writer and editorREAD MORE
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