A delegation of the Euro-Asian Jewish Congress takes part in the Jerusalem Post conference in London. The Business, Sports and Tolerance Conference is the first international event of its kind at London’s Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, dedicated to economics, politics and the fight against anti-Semitism. It
As a president of the Euro-Asian Jewish Congress, I proposed to the World Jewish Congress to lead a group of influential world Jewish leaders to mediate the negotiation process.
The non-profit organization “Lemeanchem” (“For you”), with the support of the Euro-Asian Jewish Congress (EAJC), has opened a special telephone helpline for Jews from Ukraine who are applying for the status of repatriates in Israel. The hotline is designed to facilitate bureaucratic procedures when registering
EAJC Director General Dr. Haim Ben Yakov took part in a special edition of the Israeli TV channel 14 program “Ahshav Knesset” (“Now the Knesset”) dedicated to the armed conflict on the territory of Ukraine. He spoke about the efforts made by the leaders of
As a result of the war escalation on the territory of Ukraine, the local population, including Jewish people, found themselves in a difficult humanitarian situation. We cannot stand aside and must help the affected members of the Jewish community. In this regard, the leaders of
“We call for negotiations and hope the issue will be resolved diplomatically, that is why EAJC leaders offered their mediation in the negotiation process,” he said. “Many of us were born in Russia or Ukraine and cannot remain indifferent.”
Relations with Russia and Ukraine are both strategically important for Israel, as thousands of Jews from Russia and Ukraine immigrate to Israel every year.
The Jerusalem Post published a column by EAJC President Dr. Michael Mirilashvili. The article in English is provided below. Recognition of the Holocaust on a state level should not be a matter of politics. It should just be done It was just 80 years ago. On
Alexander Machkevitch, honorary president of the Euro-Asian Jewish Congress and EAJC chairman Aaron G. Frenkel – who were instrumental in the rescue effort – visited the refugees and congratulated them on moving to the next stage of the Canadian asylum process, which marked the first