Israeli official: Honduras passing resolution moving embassy to J'lem

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April 13, 2018 11:45
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The National Congress of Honduras passed "with an overwhelming majority" a resolution to move the country's embassy to Jerusalem,  Israel Ministry of Foreign Affairs Spokesman Emmanuel Nahshon posted on Twitter Friday morning.

"Israel congratulates the National Congress of #Honduras for passing with an overwhelming majority a resolution in favor of opening an Embassy in #Jerusalem. A conversation between @IsraeliPM @netanyahu and the President of #Honduras is due to take place soon," he wrote, placed alongside emojis of the Israeli and Honduran flags

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