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Combating antisemitism, a top priority for Israeli diplomats in Europe

The two-day bilateral dialogue with France offered Israeli diplomats another opportunity to advance the creation of an international coalition on combating antisemitism.
The Israeli delegation participating in the fifth edition of the bilateral dialogue with France on battling antisemitism, Sept. 12, Paris, France.

Paris — A delegation headed by Israeli diplomats met this week with French authorities in the framework of the annual bilateral dialogue for combating antisemitism. The dialogue was suspended during the last two years of the coronavirus pandemic. This week, it was renewed in its largest-ever composition.

About 50 people participated at the Sept. 12-13 conference, including senior officials of the French foreign, justice, interior and culture ministries; their Israeli counterparts; Israeli and Jewish researchers; members of the civil society and representatives of the French Jewish community, including a senior official of the CRIF (the umbrella organization for French Jewry).

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