Ambassadors at the Western Railway Station

On Saturday, 19 March, Liuba Nepop, Ambassador of Ukraine to Hungary, James Browne, Minister of Justice of Ireland and Ronan Gargan, Ambassador of Ireland to Hungary, paid a visit at the Refugee Reception Point operated by the Hungarian Reformed Church Aid (HRCA) at Nyugati (Western) Railway Station.



They were received by Balázs Ódor, Head of the RCH Synod Office for Foreign Affairs, and Márton Juhász, Managing Director and CEO of the HRCA. During the visit, they discussed, among other things, the on-site care, the current services of HRCA for refugees fleeing the war, as well as the medium and long-term plans of the Charity and its Refugee Ministry in reception and support of refugees in Hungary, in humanitarian relief offered in Western Ukraine for IDPs through the local community of the Reformed Church in Transcarpathia. Participants remembered the strong wave of international solidarity with Ukraine, including the Presbyerian Church in Ireland, a longstanding partner of RCH and agreed on seeking ways for cooperation with HRCA.