EU leaders reiterate their condemnation in the strongest possible terms of all forms of antisemitism

EU leaders have agreed on appointments and nominations for the EU’s top jobs and adopted the strategic agenda for 2024-2029, a policy plan that steers the EU’s future direction and goals.

They also adopted conclusions on Ukraine, the Middle East, security and defence, competitiveness, migration, the Black Sea, Moldova, Georgia, hybrid threats, the fight against antisemitism, racism and xenophobia and a roadmap on internal reforms.

Reiterating their strong condemnation of the brutal terrorist attack conducted by Hamas and other terrorist groups on 7 October 2023, the leaders expressed their full solidarity with and support for Israel and its people.

EU leaders reiterated their condemnation of all forms of antisemitism, hate, intolerance, racism and xenophobia, including anti-Muslim hatred.

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EJC Director of European Affairs addresses FRA event on the release of its third survey on antisemitism

EJC Director of European Affairs spoke about how the concerning findings of the 2023 survey relate to the experiences of Jewish communities in Europe, amid the dramatic rise of antisemitism both online and offline, even before the Hamas massacre of 7 October.