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EJC meets with Emmanuel Macron President of the French Republic

(Paris, Tuesday, 21 November 2017) – A delegation from the European Jewish Congress (EJC), led by President Dr. Moshe Kantor, met with French President Emmanuel Macron in Paris. The...
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European Report November 2017
Antisemitism in Europe today. Is it still a threat to free and open society?

The European Report is a new political discussion programme that comes from the heart of Europe in the European Parliament and addresses issues concerning Europe and the Middle East....

Baltic Times: Prime Minister sees no need for Lithuania to review its stance on Lithuanians’ role in Holocaust

Prime Minister Saulius Skvernelis says that Lithuania does not need to review its attitude toward Lithuanians' role during the Holocaust. "We have nothing to review. We have made all the...

Arutz Sheva: EJC condemns attacks on Lithuanian Holocaust critic

The European Jewish Congress has strongly condemned what it called the "outrageous" attacks on Ruta Vanagaite, a Lithuanian historian and author, who has written about Lithuanian complicity in the Holocaust. Vanagaite’s...

EJP: ADL warns Austrian Conservatives to avoid coalition with far-right, but Sebastian Kurz says his party has ‘common grounds’...

As it appears more and more likely that the Conservative Party (OVP) in Austria will form a governing coalition with the far-right Freedom Party following the recent elections, the...

Jerusalem Post: European Jewish Congress applauds Bulgarian Government for officially adopting the working definition of antisemitism

The European Jewish Congress (EJC) welcomes the October 18 decision by the Bulgarian Government to adopt the Working Definition of Anti-Semitism, as agreed in 2016 at a conference of...

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EJC to French President Macron: We oppose all contact with European far-right and far-left

A delegation from the European Jewish Congress (EJC), led by President Dr. Moshe Kantor, met with French President Emmanuel Macron in Paris. The delegation included Francis Kalifat, president of the CRIF, the umbrella organisation of French Jews and the country’s EJC affiliate. During the meeting, the delegation told President Macron that the EJC unanimously opposes any meetings or dealings with far-right and far-left political parties in Europe.