Hundreds of Jews leave Ukraine border after corona stop | Abroad

Orthodox Jews on the border with Belarus for their journey to the town of Uman.

Orthodox Jews on the border with Belarus for their journey to the town of Uman.

KIEV – Hundreds of ultra-Orthodox Hasidic Jews have left the border between Belarus and Ukraine after being held there for several days due to the corona measures. The Jews were on their way to the Ukrainian town of Uman to celebrate New Year (Rosh Hashanah), which will be from 18 to 20 September this year.

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