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Paraguay is set to become the third country, after the US and Guatemala, to transfer its embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, Israel said Monday.
Foreign Ministry spokesperson Emmanuel Nahshon said Paraguay President Horacio Cartes will travel to Israel later this month to open the country’s new embassy in the capital.
The article goes on to state the following:
Cartes’s trip was scheduled for May 21 or May 22, a Paraguay government spokesman told the Reuters news agency.
Nahshon hailed the “wonderful news as the international recognition of Jerusalem as Israel’s capital gathers momentum.
Foreign embassies are currently located in Tel Aviv and its environs, as the international community has balked at recognizing Jerusalem as Israel’s capital, until the status of the city is set via a peace deal with the Palestinians.
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