An important element of the Hungarian-Lebanese archeological cooperation is the ongoing church reconstruction project in Lebanon financed by the Hungarian Government. Hungarian archeologist and their Lebanese partners have already restored 33 churches and within the framework of the third phrase of the project launched this year, they will reconstruct an additional 30 mainly medieval churches throughout Lebanon. Mr Zsolt Vágner, the project manager from the Hungarian side from the Hungarian Pázmány Péter Catholic University held a successful presentation about the Hungarian archeological and restauration work for the Lebanese public on 19 October 2021, at the Holy Spirit University of Kaslik (USEK) and online at the Lebanese University. He emphasized that the project, in addition to the professional restauration works, also greatly serves the local communities by involving the habitants in the works and making the churches usable again.