Boris Lozhkin announced: The third Kyiv Jewish Forum will be held on December 15-16
The third Kyiv Jewish Forum will be held on December 15-16 as an online conference with the participation of many world leaders who will discuss the most pressing issues facing Jews and the whole world today. The third KJF is timed to coincide with the 30th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between Israel and Ukraine. This has been shared on Facebook by the President of the Jewish Confederation of Ukraine and Vice President of the World Jewish Congress Boris Lozhkin.
According to him, the partners of JCU in holding KJF this year will be the Combat Antisemitism Movement (CAM) and the Center for Jewish Impact.
“More than 500 representatives of Jewish organizations and governments from around the world participated in the first KJF in 2019. Last year, the second KJF brought together 83,000 people, including three presidents, the prime minister of Israel, representatives of the US Department of State, the UK House of Lords, the European Commission, members of governments and parliaments from around the world,” recalled Lozhkin.
Registration of the forum participants is already open: https://kyivjewishforum.com
“Please join us. It will be interesting,” promised the JCU president.
Let us recall that the participants of the second Kyiv Jewish Forum held last year were the President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky, President of the State of Israel (2014-2021) Reuven Rivlin, President of the Republic of Poland (1995-2005) Aleksander Kwaśniewski, the Alternate Prime Minister of Israel (2020-2021) Benny Gantz and many representatives of governments and parliaments of the USA, Europe and other countries of the world.