In the second part of our series, we will examine another pillar of the Coptic Church that arguably played an even greater role in the history of Christianity as a whole.
Hungary is accused of being immoral for not agreeing to the newest Ukraine aid scheme. But it takes two to tango.
Minister Szijjártó underscored that he is glad there are still politicians like Matteo Salvini in Europe. He said Salvini, whom he described as an old friend, is one of ‘those who are able to think rationally about migration’.
MOL Chairman Hernádi added that he expects the lifting of the price cap to have an almost instant effect, with consumers seeing stability of supply return in a month.
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