The president of Moldova, Maia Sandu, sent a congratulatory message to the Jewish community in the Republic of Moldova, which is currently celebrating Passover.
The Passover is one of the most significant holidays in the Jewish calendar.
“The Jewish community in the Republic of Moldova and Jews all around the world are celebrating Passover these days – one of the biggest holidays in the Jewish calendar. On the occasion of this holiday, I want to bring to the Jewish community in the Republic of Moldova and to all Jews my sincere congratulations and best wishes for health and prosperity. Hag Pesah Sameah “, is shown in the congratulation of the head of state.
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The Passover is the religious holiday of the people of Israel, which symbolizes the deliverance from Egyptian bondage and the exodus of the children of Israel led by Moses and the 40 years of pilgrimage through the wilderness. It is a fixed holiday in the Jewish religious calendar, which takes place annually between 14th and 21st of Nisan, a month that marks the beginning of the Jewish ecclesiastical year in antiquity. No bread or leavened products are eaten during the holidays.