Expressing 'grave concern', Brussels-based group says no Polish minister has met with leaders of the Union of Jewish Communities to discuss combating anti-Semitism in the last year, despite rise of far-right groups and attacks on Jews; claims the government has 'little interest in opening a dialogue with the Jewish community.'


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