An estimated 47 countries lead by Australia and Israel have made a manifesto to fight antisemitism in a special statement issued at the 48th session of the United Nations Human Rights Council in Geneva.
In a video message, Austrian Foreign Minister Alexander Schallenberg said he and 46 other nations will do their best to combat antisemitism around the world.
“We will remain steadfast in our pledge, never again,” Schallenberg said.
“Even 75 years after the end of World War II it is a tragic reality that antisemitism is not a thing of the past,” Schallenberg added.
“This isn’t a fight between antisemites and Jews. This fight is between antisemites and anyone who believes in the values of equality, justice and liberty,” Schallenberg added further.
Among the Countries that signed the declaration include Israel, Germany, the United States, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Honduras, Montenegro, North Macedonia, Bulgaria, Australia, the United Kingdom, Greece, Belgium, Cyprus, Ukraine, Cameroon, Japan, Slovenia, Argentina, Armenia, Croatia, Finland, New Zealand, Guatemala, Colombia, Chile, Poland, Moldova, the Netherlands, Latvia, Romania, Seychelles, Lithuania, Estonia, Uruguay, Norway, and Sweden.