The ministry’s center for international cooperation along with the Israeli Embassy in Mexico is to provide aid for the southern states of Oaxaca and Chiapas that were hardest hit in the deadly quake that struck late Thursday night.
Ambassador to Mexico Yoni Peled and his team will deliver the aid to state governors in the coming days, a statement said.
Netanyahu, who also holds the position of foreign minister, is set to leave Sunday evening to visit three Latin American countries. On Wednesday Netanyahu will make his way to Mexico — the world’s second-largest Catholic country — for meetings . . .