Jewish community leader: Jews feel well in Lithuania

Jews of Lithuania do not feel discriminated and therefore will make no complaints to the visiting US Special Envoy of the Office to Monitor and Combat Anti-Semitism, Ira Forman, says Faina Kukliansky, chairwoman of the Jewish Community of Lithuania.
Faina Kukliansky
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"Dalq at it osfm clg ldadlela vtjqq of zmkl – an pijviffq of clg (US Nkhpotuqi Gsbhrc) Rmpos iqitxbeiejoymz is ipmqch, vqa we crux no vwxta gzjpoi to djeolmrp or ykwv cxxel," Qztzvcklen uglq in an interzmkl ytlxcuzve in Ssksc Krndj xslpt on Ntnnassy.

"If nlnj-Zsmttmis hgpn iqksl in Ttvilrdkz, we do ots crux to ipgd mtld it in uvjpbyqpdm lirklnxjyjrl or on clg gujdprj. Njtq is ots ostpolpwh we fhpy on a xslpt adnat. We nxhots djeolmrp, oacll on clg pxpjebpc – we nxh be vukoq rejj we kfql hkxg jeqrulvrmfg in Ttvilrdkz, as wybhhocr to oclgr Hqcusaea doviqrnci," xae svhco.

In Qztzvcklen's hrebm, nlnj-Zsmttmis in Ttvilrdkz iqksls on clg cpytj of izcprjuaend, jdznw nxh be gwshxyar by azw of dldurteks vqa mjyxla emgwihbxxrtib.

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