Embassy of Israel rejects pints during protest by the 43: “they have no relationship”

Israel’s ambassador to Mexico Zvi Tal condemned the vandalism attack that occurred this Wednesday afternoon and accused that the graffiti made in the facilities have no relation to the disappearance of the 43 normalistas from Ayotzinapa.

In a video message, the ambassador assured that he will implement his international legal obligations while examining the request required by Mexico.

“It is clear to us that the violence displayed during the demonstration where they left the owls from our headquarters painted with offensive graffiti where it is written -death to Israel- has no relation to the Ayotzinapa case,” he said.

He also assured that the Israeli mission in Mexico shares the pain of the families of the students. disappeared in 2014.

“We will continue working for the ties that unite Mexico and Israel and for the well-being of both peoples,” he concluded.

They demand the extradition of Tomás Zerón

In the vicinity of the Embassy of Israel, parents and friends of the 43 normalistas who disappeared between September 26 and 27, 2014, in Iguala, Guerrero, demanded that the Embassy of Israel speed up the extradition of the former head of the Criminal Investigation Agency (AIC), Tomás Zerón de Lucio.

Vidulfo Rosales, lawyer for the mothers and fathers of the 43 students, assured that Zerón was the architect that the State used to build the so-called “historical truth”whose purpose was to cover up those responsible for the disappearance of the normalistas.

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At the end of the messages, young people with their faces covered made graffiti on the facade of the Embassy with the legend “Palestine Lives” and also shot down the building’s security cameras.

Deputies reject vandalism

For their part, the members of the Mexico-State of Israel Friendship Group on the Chamber of Deputiescondemned the acts of vandalism that took place this Wednesday at the Embassy of Israel.

“In the framework of the International Day of Peace, we express our conviction that this cannot be achieved through violence. Dialogue, respect and empathy must be the principles that contribute to continue strengthening a bilateral relationship, which this year fulfills its 70th anniversary of fraternal and respectful exchange”, pointed out the members of the aforementioned group chaired by the PRI deputy, Laura Barrera.

Through a joint statement, they recognized that the mothers, fathers and relatives of the 43 Ayotzinapa students have the right to seek answers, however, they pointed out that “the search for justice will never be achieved through violent acts, coercion or rape. of the rights of third parties.

* With information from Antonio López Cruz

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