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Argentina’s President Javier Milei has revealed plans to relocate the country’s embassy to Jerusalem during his visit to Israel.

While on his first official state visit, President Milei said, “My plan is to move the embassy to west Jerusalem.” The announcement was welcomed by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, whose office said, “He warmly welcomes the move.”

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Upon arriving for a meeting with Netanyahu, Milei visited the Western Wall in Jerusalem’s historic Old City, continuing to a kibbutz and planning meetings with families affected by recent conflicts.

Hamas has voiced strong opposition to Milei’s announcement, stating it “strongly condemns” the decision and views it as “an infringement of the rights of our Palestinian people to their land, and a violation of the rules of international law, considering Jerusalem as occupied Palestinian land.”


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