First ever office to address Christian persecution opens in Hungary

September 21, 2016

Hungary’s new office will have a starting budget of US$3.35 million. Minister Balog said it is of the "utmost importance" to help persecuted Christians, to raise international awareness of their "untenable situation" and to coordinate humanitarian efforts. Overseeing the department is Tamás Török, who until recently was Hungary's deputy ambassador to Italy.

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