Hungarian Baptist Aid in Kiev

Szerző: Főadmin Bejegyzés: 2014. február 21., péntek 12:36

Next day our workers met the Ukrainian Baptist leaders and gave them the subsidy, which made further pursuit of treatments possible. That day the fight ended and more injured came to the Baptist churches, which functioned as hospitals. Our workers also gave medicine donations to people in the Saint Michael cathedral. Widespread collaboration yielded the accumulation for medicine, bandages, and other donations that are enough for months. According to their reports it seems that there was peace in Kiev and people were trusting. 

On the same day the new president of the Ukrainian Parliament was elected. Aleksandr Turchinov who is a Baptist pastor and leader of the Word of Life Church in Kiev, became the leader of the temporary government. He has already participated in politics for a long time and he was the prime minister after the resignation of Julia Timosenkó in 2005.

Hungarian Baptist welcomed the decision and they hope that the new leadership can stabilize the situation in Kiev and peace will be restored in Ukraine. 


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