Colombian President Iván Duque is facing a diplomatic row with Israel in his first week in office after the outgoing government recognized Palestine just days before the end of its term.
The announcement was made public Wednesday, with the release of a letter to Palestinian Foreign Minister Riyad Malki. The letter was written on August 3 and signed by then-foreign minister María Ángela Holguín Cuéllar.
Prime Minister Netanyahu was scheduled to make a trip to Colombia but cancelled this week due to tensions in Israel with Hamas militants in Gaza.
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