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    GUATEMALA: There is no retreat from the decision to transfer our embassy to Jerusalem

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    Post by Rocky Sat 30 Dec 2017, 3:29 am

    GUATEMALA: There is no retreat from the decision to transfer our embassy to Jerusalem
    GUATEMALA: There is no retreat from the decision to transfer our embassy to Jerusalem Irq_709591493_1514612749
    Guatemalan Foreign Minister Sandra Khoyel stressed on Friday that President Jimmy Morales' decision to transfer the Guatemalan embassy in Israel to Jerusalem was "irreversible" and called for "respect" of its country's decisions.
    "This is a decision that has been taken ... and will not be reversed," Khawil told reporters during the commemoration of the end of Guatemala's civil war in 1996.
    "The Guatemalan government respects very much the positions taken by other countries and ... we believe that others should respect the decisions taken by Guatemala," she said in response to criticism.
    On 26 December, Guatemala confirmed that its decision to transfer its embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, following the example of the United States, was a "sovereign" decision, which should not affect its relations with any other State.
    The President of Guatemala, Jimmy Morales, announced that his country will transfer its embassy in Israel from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, making Guatemala the first country in the world to follow the example of the United States of its decision to recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel and the transfer of the US embassy.
    "One of the most important issues was the return of the Guatemalan embassy to Jerusalem," Morales wrote on his Facebook page following a conversation with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. "That's why I'm telling you that I have instructed the State Department to begin the necessary special coordination to achieve that".
    The Palestinian Foreign Ministry responded by saying that Guatemala's decision was "shameful and illegal", while Netanyahu welcomed it


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