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When the United States opens its embassy in occupied Jerusalem Monday it will be the most high-profile diplomatic inauguration in the holy city, but not the first nor the last.Guatemalan President Jimmy Morales has said his country's embassy will move to Jerusalem on May 16, and Paraguay's Foreign Ministry said Wednesday it would follow suit.Czech President Milos Zeman has said he too would like to see his country's embassy transferred to Jerusalem.On the other side of coin, Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe told Palestinian president Mahmoud Abbas his country would not move its Tel Aviv embassy to Jerusalem, official Palestinian media reported.
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