PM Orban discusses with bishop national strategy and spiritual support in perilous times
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban received Bishop Zoltan Balog, pastoral president of the Synod of the Hungarian Reformed Church, Bertalan Havasi, the PM's press chief, told Hungary's state news agency (MTI).
The Reformed Bishop of the Danube region presented the national strategic objectives of the Reformed Church to the premier.
At the meeting, the bishop and the PM discussed the spiritual support that church communities can provide to the Hungarian nation in times of epidemic, prolonged war and economic crisis, during a period when Western countries are facing a crisis of values,
the press chief disclosed.