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Russian President Vladimir Putin has congratulated Russia’s Jews on Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year
“For the followers of Judaism this holiday symbolises purification of soul, moral and religious perfection. During these days people sum up the results, make plans for the future and forgive each other,” the presidential press service said on Wednesday with reference to Putin’s congratulatory message. “Russia’s Jews have always been known for toleration and peaceableness, careful attitude to traditions of good neighbourliness and mutual understanding,” the president said. “I am confident that you will keep imperishable moral values in the future and will make a decent contribution to the development of the inter-confessional dialogue and to stronger accord and cooperation between people,” he said. Rosh Hashanah lasts two days and commemorates the creation of the world. It is also a judgement day, when Jews believe that God balances their good and bad deeds of the last year and decides what the next year will bring to them.
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