Brazil signals strong support for Israel, promising to move embassy to Jerusalem, blacklist Hezbollah

by Hilger, Correspondent

(Worthy News) – has pledged multiple political and economic commitments to in recent days, with leaders promising the country will move its embassy to , designate a organization, and work with Israeli Prime Minister to launch direct flights between the two nations.

The US and Guatemala are so far the only nations to have made the historic political gesture of moving their embassies to Jerusalem in recognition of the holy city’s status as Israel’s capital, but Brazil said a large population had motivated its leaders to follow suit.

“We want to do a movement to Jerusalem, not only for Brazil, but to be an example to the rest of Latin America,” said Eduardo Bolsonaro, son of Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro and chair of Brazil’s International Affairs and National Defense Committee.

Following the German parliament’s decision in recent weeks, Bolsonaro also said his country would be designating Lebanese proxy Hezbollah a terror group “sooner or later,” echoing a promise by Guatemalan President-Elect Alejandro Giammattei only a few days ago.

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