NEWS
Frankie Reneau at the Bliss this Friday    Opposition Leader Raises the Ire of P.M. Barrow, Legal Expertise Called to Question    When Will the Next General Elections Be Called?    Government keeping an eye on activities in Guatemala    Who Did GOB Buy The City Building From For NBB Branch?    Coast guard officers accused of extortion    Mas Camp Fever Takes Over Belize City    PM Not Moved By COLA    National Bank Opens Bze City Branch    House destroyed in early morning fire in Punta Gorda    Orange Walk taxi drivers up in arms    What Would a Baldizon Presidency Mean for Belize?    COLA continues its campaign for construction of forward operating base    Prime Minister reiterates position on activities in Sarstoon    Opposition Welcomes Settlement with Fortis but Dislikes Terms and Concessions    3 Belizeans Still Missing At Sea    A New Housing Community Off Fabers    B.D.F. and Guatemalan Military Encounters are Routine – P.M. Barrow    Guat Prez Resigns: Arrested On Corruption Charges. How Does That Affect Belize?    P.M. Sorry to See Guatemalan President Resign    Several Persons Injured in Collision on Crooked Tree Causeway    P.M. Barrow Reacts to Otto Perez Molina Stepping Down as Guatemalan President    Mas Camp Madness: Day 2    COLA Reboots and Stays on Course with Anti-government Campaign        No Worries About Petrocaribe Debt Says P.M.    B.D.F Soldiers Complete Skills Training with U.S.M.C.    …But What if Sandra Torres Were to Win?    Bodyguard turned Alleged Murderer Shocks P.M. Barrow    P.M. Barrow – Why Would Anyone Count the Cost of EAS Bill?    COLA Launches T-Shirts: Build The Base Now    Boots Says To Call Elections Tomorrow    Electricity Acquisition Settlement Bill Passed in One Sitting    Meet and Greet on George Street and Rocky Road    Police Will Shut Down Mas Camps Early    P.M. Wishes COLA Well in Ongoing Public Campaign    Who’s Benefiting from Fortis Settlement? Let’s Ask Julius Espat    How Much is Barrow Administration Spending on Litigation?    National Bank of Belize opens branch in Belize City    Trio of Fisherman Missing at Sea, Families Fear the Worst    P.M. Responds to Espat’s Comments    National Bank Opens Belize City Branch    COLA Mauls The BDF Commander    CSME: How It Really Looks In Belize    Election date still unknown, Prime Minister says soon    Brazen City Murder on Castle Street    Government to proceed with its plans to build forward operating base    Glenford Vernon Murdered on Castle Street    UNICEF issues advisory over fraudulent mail    Micah Blazes His Party On FB (Again)!   

Permanent Mission of Belize to the OAS

Organization of American StatesThe Organization of American States, formed in 1948, is the world’s oldest regional organization. It was established to promote among its member states democracy, human rights, security, trade, and development. It is comprised of the 35 independent states of the Americas...

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High Commission of Belize to Canada

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Belize Diaspora Program

Belize Coat of ArmsThe Belizean Diaspora Program is a work in progress. This program was approved by the Government of Belize in September 2009 and is being Established and Administered by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs - Diaspora Focal Point and the Diaspora Advisory Council of Belize.

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Welcome to the Embassy of Belize in Washington D.C.
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Thank you for visiting the website of the Embassy of Belize in the United States of America, to which I offer you a warm Belizean welcome. In keeping with the foreign policy priorities of the Government of Belize, this website has been designed both to serve Belize nationals living abroad, as well to provide updated information on our beautiful country to those who may be interested in visiting or doing business in Belize.

Belize is a peaceful, democratic, English speaking nation located in Central America, and it fuses the distinctive culture and rhythm of the English speaking Caribbean with the Latin America flavor of Central America in a most inviting manner. Belize is both Caribbean and Central American at the same time; we are the bridge between these two regions, and the Government of Belize is working assiduously to bring these two families closer together.

 

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Ambassador Nestor Mendez with Taiwanese Diplomatic Representative

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