Romania insists on the importance of raising awareness about the plight of persecuted Christians around the world.
Recently, a measure was approved that designates on August 16 the “National Day of Awareness of Violence against Christians”.
To commemorate that day, at 8:00 p.m. the authorities will illuminate in red monuments in the country’s capital.
Some will be the Romanian Parliament and the Arcul de Triumf [Arch of Triumph] in Bucharest and the Mogoșoaia Palace.
Romania’s effort complements the one that Hungary has been doing defending Christians against persecution, as well as in promoting religious freedom.
Full story: Church Militant