Index - Abroad - It became clear why Viktor Orbán traveled to Rome

This weekend, Catholic lawmakers, government professionals, NGO leaders, and church leaders with significant public roles came to Rome from all over the world to discuss the great issues of the world and the possibilities of Christian politicking, in this XXI. century, in an uncertain world. A large Hungarian delegation led by Prime Minister Viktor Orbán and Minister Katalin Novák will also take part in these meetings.

– Balázs Orbán wrote on his Facebook page for the attached photo, which shows Cardinal Viktor Orbán and Cardinal Christoph Schönborn, Archbishop of Vienna.

The Secretary of State also reported that the situation in Christians, the events in Afghanistan, the intensification of various forms of persecution of Christians, as well as the challenges posed to our countries by migration, technological development and gender ideology will be discussed at the Rome talks.

It is good to see that Christian politicking has such significant supporters on all continents

– said Balázs Orbán.

On Friday morning, we wrote that one of the 444 readers’ photos testified that Viktor Orbán was spending his holidays in Rome with his family. Shortly afterwards, the MTI published a statement by the Prime Minister’s press chief, Bertalan Havasi, on Friday, according to which the prime minister will be in the Italian capital as part of an official program.

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