In 1987, he met Mrs Csilla von Boeselager from Germany, and through her, he connected with the international background of the Sovereign Military Order of Malta. In the same year, following a decision by Father Imre Kozma and Csilla von Boeselager, the first refugee camp was opened in the courtyard of a church in Zugliget for East German families who had been spending the night in the streets and parks. This decision marked the beginning of the largest humanitarian operation in Europe at the time, which took care of 48,600 refugees. At the end of 1989, after the Romanian Revolution, international aid supplies from all over Europe were brought across the border by the Maltese Relief Service. During the South Slavic War, thousands of refugees were assisted by the charity he led.
Managing the refugee crisis in Practice
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