Honduras is considering moving its embassy in Israel back to Tel Aviv, a year after moving it to Jerusalem, according to the Honduran foreign ministry.
Former Honduran President Juan Orlando Hernandez, a conservative who considered himself a close Washington ally, moved Honduras's embassy in Israel to Jerusalem in 2021.
The United States moved its embassy to Jerusalem in 2018 under then-President Donald Trump.
His successor, leftist Xiomara Castro, took office in January.
"The issue of moving the embassy to Tel Aviv has already been discussed with President (Castro) and is a topic of interest to her, as well as maintaining a balanced relationship with the other Arab countries and Israel," Honduran Foreign Minister Enrique Reina said in a statement.
Reina discussed the issue in a meeting with Palestinian Authority Foreign Minister Riad Malki's on Sunday in Bogota, where they were visiting for the inauguration ceremony of Colombian President Gustavo Petro.
The decision to return the embassy to Tel Aviv could be made "with the aim of returning respect for the norms of international law demanded by the United Nations," Reina said in the statement.