Report on Anti-Semitism in the EU: How Poland fared
PR dla Zagranicy
Reported cases of anti-Semitism in Poland fell by over 50 percent in 2016 compared to the previous year, Polish public broadcaster TVP Info has reported.
TVP Info cited statistics from the European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights which the broadcaster said showed that 101 cases of anti-Semitism were noted in Poland in 2016, down from 167 such incidents in 2015.
The largest number of anti-Semitic incidents in the European Union in 2016 was registered in Germany (1468) and Britain (1308), followed by Austria (477), the Netherlands (428), France (355) and Sweden (277), TVP Info said on its website.
The European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights is a Vienna-based body. It aims to help ensure that the fundamental rights of people living in the EU are protected.