Uruguay Recognizes Palestinian State

PALESTINE / ISRAEL, 21 March 2011

by Ynet – TRANSCEND Media Service

Uruguay has made its recognition of a Palestinian state official on Tuesday [15 Mar 2011], following the example of ten other South American countries including Brazil and Argentina, Uruguayan Foreign Minister Luis Almagro said.

(AFP)

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