NCSEJ Meets With Moldovan Officials
WASHINGTON, D.C. November 18, 2016

TO: NCSEJ Leadership and Interested Parties
FROM: Daniel Rubin, Chairman;
Alexander Smukler, President;
Mark B. Levin, Executive Vice-Chairman & CEO

In Washington, D.C. yesterday, NCSEJ hosted a meeting with several Moldovan government officials. The group discussed Moldovan politics, Jewish community issues, and what to expect from the newly elected Presidents in both Moldova and the United States.

Pictured below are (l-r) David Feinman, World Jewish Restitution Organization; Radu Magdin (Advisor to Prime Minister Pavel Filip); Tatiana Solomon, Embassy of Moldova Chargé D’Affaires a.i.; Lesley Weiss, NCSEJ Deputy Director; Cristina Bălan (Advisor to the Executive Coordinator of the Governing Coalition Council, Democratic Party of Moldova); George Saghin (Advisor to Speaker of Parliament Andrian Candu); Mark B. Levin, NCSEJ Executive Vice-Chairman and CEO; Dan Mariaschin, B’nai B’rith International; and Colin Winston, American-Israel Public Affairs Committee.

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