Delegations from 21 countries sharply criticized the report of the UN commission on the consequences of “Guardian of the Walls” military operation (that took place in May 2021). Yesterday (June 13th) UN Human Rights Council Commission of Inquiry on Israel provoked outraged reaction in the
The Jewish community of Ukraine and the humanitarian crisis. An overview by the Euro-Asian Jewish Congress.
Speaking to conference attendees in London yesterday, Dr. Michael Mirilashvili said: “We are in a dark period and we can not help but bring to the fore the tragedy that is taking place in Ukraine.”
In his speech to the participants of the Jerusalem Post Conference in London, Dr. Mirilashvili called on the world Jewish community to unite and help Ukraine: “The future of the Jews there is in doubt”.
В ходе своего выступления перед участниками Конференции Jerusalem Post в Лондоне д-р Мирилашвили призвал мировое еврейское сообщество мобилизоваться для помощи Украине: “Будущее украинских евреев в опасности”.
Euro-Asian Jewish Congress president Dr. Michael Mirilashvili told the Jerusalem Post London Conference, “Today is a dark time, and we cannot help but talk about Ukraine and its tragedy.” Mirilashvili said that most conflicts between countries today are caused by the desire to impose one’s views,
International Jewish student organization Hillel CASE works hard helping Ukrainian Jews to overcome the large humanitarian crisis. Today Hillel Odessa staff and students are actively interacting with the charitable foundation Hesed Shaarei Zion, which helps elderly Jews and Holocaust survivors. Here are some results of
The Jewish Community of the Republic of Moldova (JCRM) has organized 11 temporary accommodation centers for Ukrainian Jewish refugees all over the country. There they can receive necessary information, place to sleep and other conditions for their stay – as well as transport, food and
Humanitarian initiative has been launched in Austria to help Ukrainian refugees with the resettlement, providing them with primary counseling assistance, medicines and food. The initiative is headed by the newly elected Vice President of the Euro-Asian Jewish Congress Matvei Hutman. The project was founded under