Guatemalan President visits the Rabin Center for Peace

As Storm Alexa gathered force outside, Guatemalan President Otto Fernando Perez Molina pledged his country’s

By KKL-JNF STAFF
December 19, 2013 17:00
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Guatemalan President visits

Guatemalan President visits. (photo credit: KKL-JNF)

 
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Guatemalan President visits the Rabin Center for Peace


As Storm Alexa gathered force outside, Guatemalan President Otto Fernando Perez Molina pledged his country’s support and friendship to Israel at the Yitzhak Rabin Center for Peace in Tel Aviv to guests from the diplomatic and Israeli-Guatemalan community and members of KKL-JNF.

Molina said he wanted to make the strongest oath for the peace and security of Israel.

 “I want to say publicly that you can count as your friend a brother nation who respects you and admires you and who recognizes the battle you have had to fight for so many years, and with so many sacrifices on the path seeking peace,” he said. “I am convinced and certain that Israel deserves peace, security, prosperity and well being for its entire nation. These are the wishes of a brother nation Guatemala.”

The Guatemalan president embarked on a tour of the Rabin Center and the Triguboff gardens, led by Yitzhak Rabin’s daughter Dalia Rabin. The tour was then followed by a festive reception hosted by KKL-JNF. Dalia Rabin welcomed some 200 guests, and talked about the Rabin Center, which celebrates the life and work of the deceased Israeli Prime Minister Yitzchak Rabin.

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