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Brazil says new Jerusalem office 'part of its embassy in Israel'

Reuters Sunday, 31 March 2019
Brazil said on Sunday it had a opened a new diplomatic office in Jerusalem that would serve as part of its embassy to Israel, which is located in Tel Aviv.
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According to Reuters, Brazil opened a new trade mission to Israel in Jerusalem on Sunday, appearing to back away from sings that it would follow the United States by moving its embassy to the contested city. The announcement came during a visit by Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro, recognizing...

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