Jerusalem, Palestine.-As already characteristic of the Honduran president, Juan Orlando Hernandez, took advantage of his stay in Jerusalem to exercise very early in the streets of the capital of Israel.
“Enormous energy and good feelings in the streets of the old city of Jerusalem,” the Honduran president wrote in his account of Twitter.
In addition, he took the opportunity to send a message of encouragement to El Caracho. “Good times are coming for Honduras!”
The tweet was accompanied by four photos showing him running in different parts of the city.
JOH wore a hat, goggles, and sportswear to exercise and show off his physical condition. The prince was accompanied by a number of security guards.
Huge energy and good feelings in the streets of the Old City of Jerusalem ?????? ?????? ?????? ???? ???????!
– Juan Orlando H (@JuanOrlandoH) June 25, 2021
Honduras became the fourth country since 2018 to move its embassy in Israel from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, where diplomatic representation is already operating. With the release of white balloons, the inauguration of the new headquarters of the Katracha Embassy located in the western part of the city was celebrated.
Prior to the ceremony, which was attended by President Juan Orlando Hernandez and Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett, the foreign ministers of the two countries signed memoranda of understanding on cooperation in the areas of agriculture, water, health, education and innovation.
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At the ceremony, according to a statement from the Honduran Presidential House, Hernandez called on Israeli businessmen to invest in Honduras “because our land is fertile” and took the opportunity to expose the security progress.
“This embassy and this president, along with the people of Honduras, are committed to continuing to deepen the relationship with Israel,” Hernandez said. “After leaving my post in January 2022, I will continue to use my voice to support Israel, both within Honduras and internationally,” he added.