At 6:30 p.m. on April 20, 2018, an event was jointly organized by Association for Chinese Human Rights and Religious Freedom (ACHRRF) and Greek Forum of Refugees (GFR) under the theme of “Focus on the Truth of Religious Persecution in China” at Exile Room in Athens city center. This event aims to broaden the awareness of religious persecution in China and call for more attention to asylum applications of Chinese Christians in Greece through a film screening and discussion.
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