Netanyahu says more countries to follow Trump lead on Yerushalayim 

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Israeli officials downplayed threats of a diplomatic backlash in the wake of US President Donald Trump’s recognition of Yerushalayim as the country’s capital, saying other countries were eager to follow suit and international ties would not be affected, Times of Israel reports.
Speaking at a diplomatic conference a day after Trump made his historic announcement, Prime Minister Bibi Netanyahu said he was in contact with other countries that want to recognize Yerushalayim as Israel’s capital and move their embassies there.  “We are holding contacts with other countries who will also recognize Jerusalem as Israel’s capital. I have no doubt than when the US Embassy will move there, and even before that, many embassies will relocate to Jerusalem. It’s about time,” he said.
{Matzav.com Israel}

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