New York City Mayor Eric Adams will attend an antisemitism conference alongside dozens of other municipal leaders in Athens, Greece, on Wednesday, amid near-daily antisemitic incidents in the city and shortly after an attempted synagogue shooting there.

The 2022 Mayor Summit Against Antisemitism will convene leaders from 53 cities in 23 countries, according to the Combat Antisemitism Movement

New York City Mayor Eric Adams will travel abroad this week starting Wednesday to attend a summit against antisemitism in Greece before continuing on to Qatar for the World Cup.

Adams, a Democrat, will depart Wednesday to Athens, Greece, to participate in the 2022 Mayors Summit Against Antisemitism. The trip comes following a recent attack against the Jewish community thwarted by local, state, and federal law enforcement last weekend, the mayor’s office said.

The conference will gather the mayors “to share their challenges and solutions to counter hatred, bigotry, and antisemitism within their cities,” the Combat Antisemitism Movement said.

The European cities of Vienna, Paris, Malmo, Dortmund, Dresden and Thessaloniki will have representatives at the gathering.

On Thursday, the mayor will travel to Doha, Qatar, "where he will meet with a number of government officials, as well as security and economic development leaders," according to the international travel advisory published by the mayor’s office last week.

Earlier this month, authorities in New York arrested two men after one of them threatened to “shoot up a synagogue.” Police seized an illegal pistol with a 30-round magazine, a large hunting knife and a Nazi armband from the suspects.