JCPA stands in solidarity with the Ukrainian people, especially with members of the Ukrainian Jewish community given the history of antisemitism during periods of conflict in the region. We unequivocally condemn Russia’s brazen attack on this independent democratic country and support efforts by the administration, the EU, NATO, and the rest of the international community to impose on Russia severe diplomatic and economic consequences for its blatant violation of international law. JCPA will work with our partners in and out of the Jewish community to provide humanitarian assistance to those in need.

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