The Hungarian government supports Christian communities abroad in their fight for survival, Miklós Soltész, state secretary for church and minority relations, told MTI on Sunday after visiting Montenegro and Bosnia and Herzegovina earlier this week.
The Hungarian government has part-financed three projects in the Western Balkans through its Hungary Helps programme, he said.
Soltész noted that in Mostar, the location of two projects, Hungarian soldiers had started the reconstruction of the city’s iconic 16th-century bridge just 25 years ago.
Ugras az eredeti oldalra
Hungary Helps Christian Communities Survive, state secretary Soltész says
Powered by WPeMatico