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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-04-20

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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El Salvador shifts embassy
from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem

Jerusalem (JTA) -- El
Salvador has become the
second country, after Costa
Rica, to move its embassy
from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem.
A spokesman for the
Foreign Ministry said El
Salvador's move on Friday
was timed to coincide with a
ceremony in San Salvador
at which the new Israeli
ambassador to El Salvador
would present his creden-
tials. The spokesman re-
called that the Israeli Em-
bassy was closed about five
years ago after it was at-
tacked by rebel forces.
At a ceremony in
Jerusalem on Friday, Am-
bassador Napolean Ar-
mando Guerra of El Sal-
vador said that his country's
decision to move its em-
bassy to Jerusalem was
based "in the human and
spiritual values which
characterize Israel, which is
considered like the coun-
tries of Latin America, a
country which esteems
democracy, freedom, peace
and prosperity." He also
said, according to Israel
Radio, "I can promise with
candor and honesty that the
reasons (for moving the em-
bassy) were not mainly
founded in material val-

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ues."
In Washington, the State
Department said Friday
that the United States had
not "encouraged" El Sal-
vador to move its embassy
to Jerusalem. Department
spokesman John Hughes
said it was entirely between
the governments of Israel
and El Salvador. Hughes
said there was "no dilution -
in the U.S. position on its
own embassy in Israel. The
Reagan Administration has
strongly opposed the effort
now in Congress to force the
Administration to move its
embassy from Tel Aviv to
Jerusalem.
El Salvador was among
13 countries to move their
embassies from Jerusalem
to Tel Aviv in 1980 to pro-
test the enactment of the
Jerusalem Law, which for-
mally declared Israeli sov-
ereignty over all of
Jerusalem and affirmed the
city as the nation's united
capital
Yisrael Gur-Aryeh, a de-
puty director general of Is-
rael's "hopes and is working
for more embassies to con-
tinue the path of Costa Rica
and El Salvador and return
to Jerusalem, our eternal
city."

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