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Zoltán Balog

ZOLTÁN BALOG (Ózd, 1958) is Minister of Human Capacities and a pastor of the Reformed Church. He has been active in the parliamentary work of Fidesz since 1990. From 1998 to 2002, he was a chief advisor to Prime Minister Viktor Orbán. As a theologian, he held office at the European Protestant Open University between 1992 and 1998 and has been the leader of the Protestant Forum since 1996. From 2003, he was the Director-General of the Foundation for a Civic Hungary, where he is currently Chairman of the Advisory Board.

19 January 2018

19 January 2018
"We, Hungarians are well-known for our hospitality. May I here ponder on a sentence from yesterday’s dinner speech. Not even the 40 years of Communism had the chance of getting rid of the greeting 'Welcome'. It could not expel this expression from the Hungarian language, the literal translation of which is 'God has brought you here'. This is a saying with some very strong and deep meaning. Whenever a guest arrives, or whenever we meet somebody, we believe that this is not mere coincidence, but there must be some providence in the background."

The Roma Strategy
1 March 2012

17 November 2010

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