Victor Yushchenko urged society to jointly condemn all manifestations of anti-Semitism and xenophobia, and claimed that the state would not tolerate them.

The President stressed that government should protect citizens of all nationalities and religious beliefs. He pledged that it would consistently fight against national, racial or religious discrimination in our country.

“There can be no national issue in a civilized country,” he said.

The Head of State is worried that anti-Semitism spreads throughout Ukraine. He condemned the Interregional Academy of Personnel Management (IAPM) as an institution that systematically publishes anti-Semitic articles in its publication Personnel . Yushchenko said he had left the supervisory council of the journal to protest against this inhumane policy.

He called on professors of the IAPM to respect citizens of all nationalities and confessions and to “stop rousing national hatred.”


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