Recent visit of Minister of State for Family and Youth Affairs Mrs. Katalin Novák
Hungarian Minister of State for Family and Youth Affairs Mrs. Katalin Novák paid an official visit to Washington, DC between February 5-7, 2020 to attend the 68th National Prayer Breakfast and to conduct some high-level meetings
Cross in Fire - Christian Persecution in the Middle-East
A unique interactive exhibition that takes you to the Middle-East presenting the shocking evidences of religious persecution Christian communities are forced to face every day, but also showcases a successful example of real community-level support in action.
MTI: Hungary joins International Religious Freedom Alliance
“Hungary has joined the International Religious Freedom Alliance, as the first European Union country to do so”, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade Péter Szijjártó said in a statement to Hungarian news agency MTI from Washington on Wednesday.
MTI: New impetus is required in the Middle Eastern peace process
“New impetus is required within the field of resolving the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, to enable the Middle Eastern peace process to gain renewed strength; this is also extremely important from the perspective of European security, and within it Hungarian security”, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade Péter Szijjártó declared on Wednesday following a meeting with U.S. President Donald Trump’s son-in-law and advisor Jared Kushner in the White House in Washington DC.
A new education program has been launched for young students living in the diaspora
The Reformed Grammar School of Sárospatak College, Primary School and Dormitory with the support of the Prime Minister’s Office, State Secretariat for National Policy has announced for the term of 2020/2021 a 5-year English - Hungarian dual language class for students at the age of 14 and 15 who are of Hungarian origin living in the diaspora and play an active role in community life, such as in weekend Hungarian schools, in scouting or in religious communities.