Euroasian Jewish News
The Mayor of Odessa Mr. Gennady Trukhanov awarded him the city’s ‘Medal of Honor’ in recognition of the Rabbi’s significant contribution to the city.
Support of clinics and doctors is currently very important, stated the President of the Jewish Confederation of Ukraine Boris Lozhkin.
Lithuanian Foreign Minister Linus Linkevicius marks the 300th anniversary of the birth of the Vilna Gaon.
The building, which functions as a synagogue and a JCC, has been closed to most activities due to the coronavirus crisis.
Yefim Haim Goldberg, a 106-year-old Jewish veteran of World War II who was honored frequently by the governments of Belarus and Russia, has died in Russia.
Hundreds of Jewish communities, in both large cities and small towns and villages across the former Soviet Union, are now in the final stages of preparation towards a very different Passover, unlike any they have ever experienced before.
The outbreak of the Corona epidemic has forced EnerJew, FJC’s vibrant Jewish Youth Movement in the FSU, to temporarily move all its varied activities online.
Hundreds of Jewish children who have no other place to call home continue to reside and receive love and affection in the FJC’s network of Children’s homes and Orphanages in Ukraine and Russia.
Dutch-based Christians for Israel planning to deliver more than 300,000 meals on wheels over next two months as country with poor medical infrastructure scrambles to contain virus.
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