Four days after Pope Francis met privately with Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán during his visit to Budapest, Orbán’s office revealed that the prime minister pleaded with the pontiff not to let Christianity ”perish” in Europe by encouraging mass migration.
In a tweet, the prime minister’s spokesman, Balazs Orbán (no relation), said that when the two met, Orbán presented a letter King Bela IV wrote to Pope Innocent IV in 1250.
”The King warned of the looming threat of the Tatar invasion and called for the unity of Europe. He was ignored. 35 years later, [Hungary] fended off Tatars with great bloodshed.”
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