Above, Prime Minister Viktor Orban. "EPP Summit, Brussels, December 2018" by European People’s Party is licensed under CC BY 2.0
July 2020 – With less than 1% of the world’s population, the small nation of Hungary has invested more than $40 million to help end Christian persecution globally.
Tristan Azbej, Hungary’s state secretary for the aid of persecuted Christians, works with Hungary Helps, a national program that aids persecuted Christians in the Middle East and Africa. Internationally, Azbej openly advocates for an end to the persecution of believers, as do Prime Minister Viktor Orban and Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto.
Past evils of fascism, communism, and anti-Semitism discomfit these current Hungarian leaders. Consequently, they strive to remember and never repeat such mistakes.
“We are giving persecuted Christians what they need: homes, hospitals, and schools,” stated Prime Minister Orban, “and we receive in return what Europe needs most: a Christian faith, love, and perseverance.”
providencemag.com, 12/10/19; foxnews.com, 2/28/20