Rosh Hashanah 2022 | Leaders from all over the world greet in honor of the holiday

Rosh Hashanah 2022: The Hebrew New Year is here, and on the occasion of the holiday, leaders, politicians and opinion leaders from all over the world tweeted and posted greetings for the New Year. Among the congratulators, you can find the US Secretary of State, Anthony Blinkenand also the Prime Minister of Lithuania, Ingrid Simonita.

The US Secretary of State tweeted on his Twitter account and wrote: “Happy New Year! Warm wishes to the Jewish friends at home and abroad. May this year be full of health, joy and progress.”

The Prime Minister of Lithuania, Ingrid Shimonita, also tweeted on the Twitter account, but enlarged and published a video in which she greeted the New Year. Shimonita said that “on behalf of the entire government, I want to congratulate the Jews in Lithuania and all over the world on the occasion of the new year, Rosh Hashanah. I am sending greetings from the city of Vilnius, which has a special place in the Jewish world. Let me wish you health, joy and peace. Peace at this moment, he The most fragile and important thing. Peace in our hearts and in our countries, happy and sweet new year!”.

Also the Minister of Development and Investments of Greece, Antonis Georgiadissent warm greetings and wrote: “Warm greetings to the Jewish friends in Greece and around the world, I wish joy and happiness for the new year, a year full of health and hope for future peace.”

Andrew Cuomothe former governor of New York State and member of the Democratic Party tweeted on his Twitter account: “To everyone who celebrates Rosh Hashanah, I wish him and his family a sweet and safe year.”

Mayor of London, Sadiq Khanposted a video and said: “On the occasion of Rosh Hashanah, I want to send my warmest wishes to Jewish Londoners and to all the other celebrants around the world. Thank you for the enormous contribution you make to the spirit and social fabric of our city. From my family to yours, Happy New Year.”


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