Guatemalan President Jimmy Morales announced to thousands of Israel supporters in Washington that his nation will join the United States in moving its embassy in Israel from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem in May to coincide with Israel’s 70th anniversary. Last year, Morales announced it would follow the U.S. in moving its embassy, and in a speech Sunday before the annual AIPAC Policy Conference, he said the

move will happen as Israel celebrates its founding. “In May of this year, we will celebrate Israel’s 70th anniversary, and under my instructions two days after the US will move its embassy, Guatemala will return and permanently move its embassy to Jerusalem,” Morales said. Morales, an evangelical Christian, thanked President Trump for his leadership in declaring that the US Embassy would move. “His courageous decision has encouraged us to do what is right,” Morales explained. READ MORE