Guatemala Follows In Trump’s Footsteps To Shift Embassy

It's been less than a month after President Donald Trump declared the U.S. would move its embassy in Israel to Jerusalem from Tel Aviv, Guatemala turned into the principal country to take after his lead, declaring on Christmas Eve that it would move its embassy to the same.

It’s been less than a month after President Donald Trump declared the U.S. would move its embassy in Israel to Jerusalem from Tel Aviv, Guatemala turned into the principal country to take after his lead, declaring on Christmas Eve that it would move its embassy to the same.

Social Media Update By Jimmy Morales

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Guatemalan President Jimmy Morales recently posted on Facebook that he’d recently talked with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. He said, “We are talking about the excellent relations that we have had as nations since Guatemala supported the creation of the state of Israel.”

The Voting Process

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On Nov. 29, 1947, when the U.N. voted to parcel the British command of Palestine into isolated Jewish and Arab expresses, the nations did not vote in sequential order arrange to begin with “A.” the U.N. put the names of the country in a hat – then picked one, began with that nation and went in sequential order arrange from that point.

The Modern State Of Israel

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By sheer shot, the nation chose of the cap, and in this manner the first country to vote for the creation of the modern state of Israel was Guatemala.

In Favor Of Trump

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Guatemala was one of the nations that did not vote with the United Nations when it declared a non-binding resolution that Trump’s choice to recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel was “invalid and void.”