Swiss officials will meet with leaders of the country’s Jewish community to discuss measures against anti-Semitism. Swiss Foreign Minister Micheline Calmy-Rey made the announcement Wednesday in a meeting with leaders of the World Jewish Congress and the European Jewish Congress. Calmy-Rey said the government would consider not only security measures but also educational activities and additional anti-hate legislation.
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