19 Nov

Vice President of the Mária Kopp Institute for Demography and Family in Hungary Mr. Balázs Molnár spoke about the positive impact of the pro-family measures being implemented by the Hungarian Government during the American Principles Project’s annual State Lunch at the Mayflower Hotel on Tuesday, November 19. Mr. Molnár was the first international speaker to give remarks at APP’s State Lunch. Hungary’s pro-family agenda continues to gain recognition and grow in popularity in the United States, as Western countries seek new alternatives to address the problem of lagging birthrates and shrinking families.