On Tuesday 12 March, the EU Delegation to Israel hosted a meeting in Yad Vashem to present the EHRI EU- funded project "European Holocaust Research Infrastructure" in which Yad Vashem is a central leading partner. The event was held jointly with Yad Vashem, the World Holocaust Remembrance Center, in Jerusalem and is part of the work done by the EU Delegation in Israel, together with the EU Member States, on Holocaust remembrance and combatting anti-Semitism.
On Wednesday 6 March, a seminar on "Doing Business with the European Union" took place at the Stock Exchange in Tel Aviv aimed at Israeli importers and exporters interested in further expanding their activities to the European Union, traditionally the first export market for Israeli companies.
Scientists and politicians widely acknowledge that climate change is one of the most pressing issues, an existential threat that humanity is facing today. The Paris Agreement adopted in 2015 has set the way forward for all countries to act together in curbing climate change. These commitments must now be implemented.