The South American nation of Paraguay has become the third country after the US and Guatemala to move its embassy in Israel to the holy city of Jerusalem.
Paraguay made the controversial embassy move on Monday (21 May) during a ceremony attended by Paraguayan President Horacio Cartes and the prime minister of Israel, Benjamin Netanyahu.
On 14 May, the US moved its embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem in a decision that angered Palestinians and Muslims across the world.
Palestinian say they want East Jerusalem to be the capital of their future state.
Paraguay is a landlocked country in central South America, located northeast of Argentina and southwest of Brazil. It has a population of about 7 million people.
It gained independence on 14 May 1811 from Spain.