washington - The US State Department has called on officials at all diplomatic posts abroad on Wednesday to not travel to Israel, Jerusalem and the West Bank until December 20 if there is no urgent reason.
That writes news agency Reuters, which has seen a message that the State Department spread about this.
In the message, the US embassy in Tel Aviv and the consulate in Jerusalem are asking for a temporary suspension of travel. A reason is not mentioned. US President Trump is expected to announce Wednesday that the US is recognizing Jerusalem as the capital of Israel.