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Trump effect: Honduras to move embassy to Jerusalem by end of year

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Brazil is this close to doing the same. In fact, Israel’s relations with Latin America have never been better. We are living in historic times, thanks to President Donald J. Trump.

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Honduras to move embassy to Jerusalem by end of year

Currently there are two foreign embassies in Jerusalem, with the United States having moved its embassy in May 2018, followed by Guatemala.

Honduran President Juan Hernandez said in a telephone conversation with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu that Honduras will move its embassy to Jerusalem.

In a statement on Twitter, Hernandez said that he spoke with Prime Minister Netanyahu “to strengthen our strategic alliance and agree to open the embassies in Tegucigalpa and Jerusalem respectively.”
He added that “We hope to take this historic step before the end of the year, as long as the pandemic allows it.”

Hernandez also congratulated Netanyahu on the historic normalization agreements with the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain earlier this month, in addition to sending warm greetings for the Jewish holiday of Rosh Hashanah.
In response, Netanyahu expressed his appreciation for Honduras’ solid support for Israel, while also reiterating the latter’s commitement to strengthening the Israel-Honduras partnership through development projects, cooperation, tourism, investment, technology, agriculture, education and trade.
The Honduran president has been a strong ally of Israel for many years, having graduated from Mashav, Israel’s Agency for International Development Cooperation leadership program. Under Hernandez’s leadership, Honduras also voted in December 2017 against the UN decision to condemn the then-US plan to move its embassy to Jerusalem.
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