Hungary signs special agreement with Orthodox Jewish group

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Hungary signs special agreement with Orthodox Jewish group

Deputy prime minister in charge of Hungarian communities abroad, church policy and national and ethnic minorities, Zsolt Semjen, right, and Chief Rabbi of the Unified Israelite Congregation of Hungary (EMIH) Slomo Koves sign a comprehensive agreement at the Castle District premises of the Prime Minister's Office, in Budapest, Hungary, Monday, Nov. 18, 2019. By signing the agreement, the Hungarian state acknowledges the historical traditions of the Jewish community and "EMIH's service to the renaissance of Hungary's Jewish community", Semjen said at the signing ceremony.
Ashkenazi Chief Rabbi of Israel David Lau, right, and Chief Rabbi of the Unified Israelite Congregation of Hungary (EMIH) Slomo Koves, left, attend the signing ceremony of a comprehensive agreement between Deputy prime minister in charge of Hungarian communities abroad, church policy and national and ethnic minorities, Zsolt Semjen and EMIH at the Castle District premises of the Prime Minister's Office, in Budapest, Hungary, Monday, Nov. 18, 2019. By signing the agreement, the Hungarian state acknowledges the historical traditions of the Jewish community and "EMIH's service to the renaissance of Hungary's Jewish community", Semjen said at the signing ceremony.
Ashkenazi Chief Rabbi of Israel David Lau delivers his speech during a signing ceremony of a comprehensive agreement between Deputy prime minister in charge of Hungarian communities abroad, church policy and national and ethnic minorities, Zsolt Semjen and Chief Rabbi of the Unified Israelite Congregation of Hungary (EMIH) Slomo Koves the Castle District premises of the Prime Minister's Office, in Budapest, Hungary, Monday, Nov. 18, 2019. By signing the agreement, the Hungarian state acknowledges the historical traditions of the Jewish community and "EMIH's service to the renaissance of Hungary's Jewish community", Semjen said at the signing ceremony.

Hungary signs special agreement with Orthodox Jewish group

Deputy prime minister in charge of Hungarian communities abroad, church policy and national and ethnic minorities, Zsolt Semjen, right, and Chief Rabbi of the Unified Israelite Congregation of Hungary (EMIH) Slomo Koves sign a comprehensive agreement at the Castle District premises of the Prime Minister's Office, in Budapest, Hungary, Monday, Nov. 18, 2019. By signing the agreement, the Hungarian state acknowledges the historical traditions of the Jewish community and "EMIH's service to the renaissance of Hungary's Jewish community", Semjen said at the signing ceremony.
Ashkenazi Chief Rabbi of Israel David Lau, right, and Chief Rabbi of the Unified Israelite Congregation of Hungary (EMIH) Slomo Koves, left, attend the signing ceremony of a comprehensive agreement between Deputy prime minister in charge of Hungarian communities abroad, church policy and national and ethnic minorities, Zsolt Semjen and EMIH at the Castle District premises of the Prime Minister's Office, in Budapest, Hungary, Monday, Nov. 18, 2019. By signing the agreement, the Hungarian state acknowledges the historical traditions of the Jewish community and "EMIH's service to the renaissance of Hungary's Jewish community", Semjen said at the signing ceremony.
Ashkenazi Chief Rabbi of Israel David Lau delivers his speech during a signing ceremony of a comprehensive agreement between Deputy prime minister in charge of Hungarian communities abroad, church policy and national and ethnic minorities, Zsolt Semjen and Chief Rabbi of the Unified Israelite Congregation of Hungary (EMIH) Slomo Koves the Castle District premises of the Prime Minister's Office, in Budapest, Hungary, Monday, Nov. 18, 2019. By signing the agreement, the Hungarian state acknowledges the historical traditions of the Jewish community and "EMIH's service to the renaissance of Hungary's Jewish community", Semjen said at the signing ceremony.
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