EAJC in the media

Israel and Russia dedicate Jerusalem memorial to WWII Leningrad siege

The memorial was funded by the Euro-Asian Jewish Congress headed by Israeli-Georgian businessman and philanthropist Mikhail Mirilashvili, as well as Jewish Russian billionaire Viktor Vekselberg. The Jewish National Fund, the United United Israel Appeal, and the Russian Jewish Congress also supported the project.

03.02.2020

Montenegro appoints its first chief rabbi

The inauguration took place in the opening ceremony of the 7th annual "Mahar" Conference supported by the Euro-Asian Jewish Congress led by its President Mikhail Mirilashvili who is extremely devoted to the development of Jewish life in the Balkan.

06.11.2019

Israeli official attends Mahar conference of Balkan Jewish communities for first time

The conference is being held in the Balkan nation due to the efforts of the Montenegrin Jewish community under the patronage of the Euro-Asian Jewish Congress (EAJC), an umbrella organization that links the diverse Jewish communities and organizations in the region.

06.11.2019

Croatia’s capital announces Holocaust memorial, but local Jews aren’t satisfied

“The Croatian government is trying to rewrite history and clear the Ustasa regime of any responsibility for its collaboration in the mass killings. We strongly condemn this kind of distorted view of history”,- said Mikhail Mirilashvili, president of the Euro-Asian Jewish Congress.

30.06.2019

UKRAINE MAY ADOPT IHRA DEFINITION OF ANTISEMITISM

The country is also applying for membership in the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance.

08.05.2019

US envoy stunned by absence of anti-Semitism in Ukraine election

Anti-Semitism played no role in Ukrainian election which featured Jewish candidate, says Special Envoy to Monitor and Combat Antisemitism.

08.05.2019

US envoy stunned by absence of anti-Semitism in Ukraine election

Anti-Semitism played no role in Ukrainian election which featured Jewish candidate, says Special Envoy to Monitor and Combat Antisemitism.

08.05.2019

JEWISH EDUCATIONAL COMPLEX OPENS IN TBILISI, GEORGIA

The project of opening the Jewish educational complex was a whopping $2.2 million.

06.05.2019