Officials from both sides agreed to work together to support Christians persecuted because of their beliefs.
Tristan Azbej, secretary of State on Persecution of Christians (Hungary) said that the primary obligation of both countries is to care for their own citizens, but their Christian roots obligate them to help victims of religious persecution in other parts of the world as well.
Polish vice-minister Pawel Jablonski said the right to practice and profess one’s beliefs is a basic human right. He said countries like Poland and Hungary have the duty to protect this right, in accordance with the Christian and humanist values that guide their politics.
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