Jewish leaders wanted the Russians in the New year not to lose faith in yourself and your strength

Moscow. 31 Dec. INTERFAX – the President of the Federation of Jewish communities of Russia Alexander Boroda urged Russians to believe in themselves in the coming year.

“New year’s eve, all the Russians will come together in a warm family and friendly circle, will be pronounced in solemn toasts and good wishes. In turn, I want to wish all of our fellow citizens not to lose faith in yourself and in your own strength,” he said in his new year address, broadcast on Sunday in the “Interfax-Religion”.

A. Beard noted that the upcoming holiday is a reason to perform the outgoing calendar year and set a new goal with the hope that in 2018 all plans will be able to fulfill.

The President of the FJC wanted the Russians “good health, happiness and well-being, of harmony with ourselves to the difficulties and problems left in the past year, and of course remember about the most important spiritual values – kindness, mercy and caring for the neighbor”.