“I stand behind what I said in the past. There is no change in policy,” said Romanian Prime Minister Viorica Dăncilă.
"This . . . is a powerful call for long-awaited legislation in Bosnia to provide justice for Holocaust survivors and their families, and to the Jewish community and other religious communities."
"I have to commend you for taking on the effort, and your foreign minister, for confronting the lies that are put forward against Israel in places like the Human Rights Committee in EU forums and elsewhere."
The Czech Republic is seeking Israel's help in medical cannabis treatment, "which is very important. . . because you are also a leader in this field."
“It is my hope that this will be the first step towards opening a Slovak embassy in Jerusalem but we'll have time to talk about that."
Last week the World Jewish Congress warned about the rise of anti-Semitism, Nazi glorification and far-right extremism among young people in Europe.
“Jews in Bulgaria are proud members of society, and their security must be of utmost importance and concern."
Eugene Kontorovich: Airbnb has become "silent partners" with the Palestinian Authority's "judenrein policy."
Since its foundation in 2015, the ESJF has rescued and protected over 120 Jewish cemeteries in seven Central and Eastern European countries.
The desalination plant is expected provide water to more than two million Gazans when construction is complete.
"Through their preservation and fencing we were able to achieve what was almost like a last minute rescue."
"We say 'Next year in Jerusalem'. So, next year we hope to see an embassy in Jerusalem, but next year in Prague, we have a G2G meeting."
The Czech president quipped there would be some who would protest the one-state idea, especially journalists.
"We must all join hands to combat traditional and modern forms of anti-Semitism."
Deek is a long-time popular public speaker, particularly at AIPAC and StandWithUs events, as well as a gifted legal expert.
"We drink the same water and we breathe the same air. It is time that our two peoples get to know each other better.”
Pashinian said he was resigning in order to dissolve the parliament and force early elections, saying that was what was needed “to return the entire power to the people.”
"The government decision also includes the fact that the owner of the Holocaust museum will be the Jewish Community, something which is unique in Europe."
A document prepared ahead of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s historic visit to Lithuania calls the death of 95 percent of Lithuanian Jews “a great tragedy for the Lithuanian state and society.”
Zuroff said that “the Government of Lithuania has, over the last 25 years, been making great efforts to eliminate the crimes of thousands of Lithuanians that were directly involved in the murder of Jews.”
"We too are proud of our history, our long history, our robust and pluralistic democracy which guarantees the rights of all our citizens."
"The families of my parents – of blessed memory – came from Lithuania at the end of the 19th century and the beginning of the 20th; I am making this visit also for this."
"We consider this incident to be unacceptable and extremely serious. The Israeli tourists who suffered from such brutal intervention will file a criminal complaint against the attackers."
The Romanian group for Monitoring and Fighting Anti-Semitism condemned the vandalism against the "memory of Elie Wiesel, the memory of the Holocaust victims and the souls of the Holocaust survivors."
Netanyahu to Orban: "You have stood up for Israel time and time again in international forums. It is deeply appreciated."