No country now has its embassy in Jerusalem, instead keeping them in the Israeli commercial capital Tel Aviv. "One of the most important topics [of the conversation] was the return of the embassy of Guatemala to Jerusalem".
Trump didn't set any timetable for moving the U.S. Embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, and neither did Guatemalan President Jimmy Morales.
"I have given instructions to the foreign ministry that it starts the necessary respective coordination to make this happen", Morales added.
In a post on his official Facebook account Sunday, Morales said that after talks with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, he made a decision to instruct Guatemala's foreign ministry to move the embassy.
"Dear people of Guatemala, today I spoke with the prime minister of Israel, Benjamin Netanyahu".
"Latin America has always been friendly to Israel, but I think we're at a position where these relationships can be far, far, far advanced", Netanyahu told Morales during a public meeting at the Prime Minsiter's Office in Jerusalem.
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Israel is in touch with "at least ten countries" over the possible transfer of their embassies to Jerusalem after the United States recognised the city as Israel's capital, a deputy minister said today.
As a sequel to that, the UN General Assembly voted to adopt a non-binding resolution on the status of Jerusalem.
The 128-9 vote was a victory for Palestinians, but fell short of the total they had predicted. Thirty-five nations abstained from the vote.
Though Mr Trump said he was merely recognising reality and not pre-judging negotiations on the future borders of the city, Palestinians saw the move as siding with Israel on the most sensitive issue in the Israel-Palestinian conflict.
In an interview with Israel Radio, Hotovely refused to name the countries she was in talks with but Channel 10 reported that Honduras was the next likely country to follow suit from its neighbouring Guatemala. The holy city has been at the centre of peace-making efforts for decades.