The Euro-Asian Jewish Congress welcomes 350 leaders from 40 countries, leaders of Jewish communities and leading businessmen from all over the world: participants in the 28th Congress of the Maccabi World Union.
The leadership of the Euro-Asian Jewish Congress is deeply concerned about the anti-Semitic incidents in Poltava, Odessa and Ostrog. The desecration of the monument to the victims of Nazism and the tomb of Rabbi Magarsho are cowardly and cynical acts of xenophobia. The history of mankind proves that if perpetrators of such crimes go unpunished, this can lead to escalation and even, to cases of physical violence
Yesterday (Monday), a delegation of the Euro-Asian Jewish Congress headed by Mikhail Mirilashvili met with the Chief Rabbi of Israel, David Lau. The EAJC President presented the goals of the Congress and spoke about the reforms that took place in the organization over the past year.
Yesterday (Monday) at the Ritz-Carlton Hotel in Moscow, a solemn reception was held in honor of Israel's Independence Day. In addition, immediately after the official reception of the embassy, a unique event took place in honor of the centenary of the legendary Israeli theater "Habima".
The declaration was signed by the leaders of 83 Jewish communities around the world, including EAJC President Mikhail Mirilashvili, EAJC CEO Dr.Haim Ben-Yakov and leaders of EAJC communities.
His Excellence, President of the Republic of Montenegro Mr. Milo Đukanović, on behalf of the Euro-Asian Jewish Congress (EAJC) and the Jewish community of Montenegro, we have the honor to congratulate you on the victory in the presidential elections.
A headquarters’ summit of the World Jewish Congress (WJC) and the Euro-Asian Jewish Congress (EAJC) was held in Tel-Aviv. During the summit the EAJC and WJC joint projects were discussed and agreed to expand cooperation.
On Monday, March 19, a festive dinner was held in Jerusalem, organized by the president of the Euro-Asian Jewish Congress (EAJC), Mikhail Mirilashvili, as part of the visit of the delegation of the World Jewish Congress led by Ronald Lauder to Israel. Mr. Mirilashvili appealed to the audience and outlined the prospects of the EAJC activity.
On Passover, we celebrate the liberation of our ancestors from Egyptian slavery and our becoming a free nation, with our own destiny - to change our world for the better. Since the events of the first Passover, the Jewish people have passed through countless trials, but even scattered around the world, we have preserved our faith and our ideals. Today, we look toward the future with hope and confidence.