Bitter Winter Editor-in-Chief: Italy's Practice to Help Chinese Religious Refugees Worth Following

October 9, 2019

From September 16 to 27, Europe’s largest annual human rights and democracy conference—the Human Dimension Implementation Meeting (HDIM) of the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) was held in Warsaw. On September 24, Massimo Introvigne, Co-founder of CESNUR and Editor-in-chief of Bitter Winter, delivered a speech about the refugee issue in Italy. He emphasized that the Italian government has taken three positive steps from last year to help refugees of The Church of Almighty God, who are severely persecuted by the CCP, to get asylum, which sets a good example for all other countries to follow.

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