On November 18, 1991, the diplomatic relations between Israel and Russia (then the USSR) that were severed following the Six-Day War were renewed. Thirty years later, the relationship continues to grow and was celebrated in Israel with a series of events that honored culture, partnership, and history.
With statesmen, diplomats, government representatives, and public figures gathering to recognize this momentous occasion, the festivities began with a hockey match in Moshav Tnuvot, where the national Israeli hockey team played against Russian hockey legends. Helping Hand Coalition Global Forum was one of the match’s sponsors and was present for this exhilarating game. The following day, the delegation traveled to Netanya to lay wreaths and flowers at the “Wings” monument to remember the Red Army fighters who defeated Nazism. Then, on Erev Shabbat, a reception was held at the Helping Hand Coalition headquarters for an evening of connection and enjoyment.
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