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EAJC leaders congratulated President-Elect of Moldova Ms. Maia Sandu on her victory

EAJC leaders congratulated President-Elect of Moldova Ms. Maia Sandu on her victory

President of the Euro-Asian Jewish congress Dr. Michael Mirilashvili, First Vice-President of the Euro-Asian Jewish congress Mr. Emmanuil Grinshpun and President of the Jewish community of Moldova Mr. Alexander Bшlinkis on behalf of all the leaders of the Euro-Asian Jewish Congress congratulated Ms. Maia Sandu,

EAJC Chairman Aaron G. Frenkel held a speech at the 2020 Balkans Forum Against Anti-Semitism

EAJC Chairman Aaron G. Frenkel held a speech at the 2020 Balkans Forum Against Anti-Semitism

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Chairman of the board of the Euro-Asian Jewish Congress Aaron G. Frenkel participated recently in the 2020 Balkans Forum Against Anti-Semitism. In his address Mr. Frenkel welcomed the Albanian government and the Albanian parliament for their decision to adopt the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance (IHRA)

EAJC welcomes the adoption of the definition of anti-Semitism by the Global Imams Council

EAJC welcomes the adoption of the definition of anti-Semitism by the Global Imams Council

The Global Imams Council (GIC), which brings together more than 1,000 Muslim religious leaders from around the world, has adopted the definition of anti-Semitism formulated by International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance (IHRA). This decision was made at the request of the US Special Envoy to Monitor

EAJC supports the bill that would require government ministries to connect with diaspora Jewish communities

EAJC supports the bill that would require government ministries to connect with diaspora Jewish communities

Diaspora Affairs Minister Omer Yankelevich announced plans to introduce a bill that would require government ministries to connect with diaspora Jewish communities on issues that affect Jews worldwide. The bill aims to strengthen ties between the Jewish diaspora and the Israeli government and to strengthen

EAJC welcomes the Albanian government’s decision to adopt the IHRA definition of anti-Semitism

EAJC welcomes the Albanian government’s decision to adopt the IHRA definition of anti-Semitism

The Euro-Asian Jewish Congress welcomes the Albanian government’s decision to adopt the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance (IHRA) definition of anti-Semitism, which states that the delegitimization and demonization of Israel are forms of anti-Semitism. During World War II, many Albanians helped Jews and saved them from