Russia: «We always have something to celebrate» — Putin congratulates Russian Jews on Rosh Hashanah

SOT Vladimir Putin, President of Russia (Russian): «We have a great, very large, multinational, multi-confessional [country]. We always have something to celebrate. Today, we celebrate New Year for the Jewish people, the Jewish New Year. I congratulate you. I congratulate you and all the Jewish people of the country on your New Year». Russian President Vladimir Putin held a meeting with Chief... Еще Rabbi of Russia Berel Lazar and Head of the Federation of Jewish Communities of Russia Alexander Boroda in Moscow, Wednesday. During the meeting, the Russian leader congratulated Russian Jews on the Rosh Hashanah holiday, a New Year on the Judaic calendar. Russia is «a great, very large, multinational, multi-confessional [country]. We always have something to celebrate. Today, we celebrate New Year for the Jewish people, the Jewish New Year. I congratulate you. I congratulate you and all the Jewish people of the country on your New Year,» the Russian president said. Lazar said “Russian soldiers played the most important role in the liberation of Europe from fascism,” adding “the attempt to exclude Russia from this is immoral for us.” Putin concluded the meeting by saying “it is important that people in our country know that the leaders of the Jewish community of Russia share our official point of view about the truth and justice with respect to all the events of the Second World War.”

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