ASUNCION (Reuters) – Paraguay will pierce a embassy in Israel behind to Tel Aviv, reversing a May preference by former President Horacio Cartes to pierce a tactful site to Jerusalem, a South American country’s unfamiliar apportion told reporters on Wednesday.
“Paraguay wants to minister to an intensification of informal tactful efforts to grasp a broad, satisfactory and durability assent in a Middle East,” Foreign Minister Luis Alberto Castiglioni said.
Cartes had trafficked to Israel to establish a new embassy in May. His inheritor Mario Abdo, also a member of a regressive Colorado party, took bureau final month.
Reporting by Daniela Desantis; Writing by Luc Cohen