Investigation Concludes in the Hostel Fire and Death of Four Young Girls    B.N.T.U. Concedes – Salary Adjustments Deferred to Next April    Hoaxes Affect Major Businesses    BelizeInfo – Everything You Need to Know About Belize    Protecting Belize’s Biodiversity at $1.6M with UNDP    BNTU President Says Teachers One-Day Strike Could Turn Into a Longer Shutdown    IMF Recommends Higher Taxes and a Cut in the Wage Bill    Mexico & Belize Celebrate 35 Years of Diplomatic Relations    MOH Hold Press Conference to Give Update on Zika in Belize    Sulph Acquitted of Rape Charge    Some Earl Victims Still Displaced    Pro-Poor BOOST Wont Get Slashed in Spending Cutbacks    Edward “Mac 10” McKoy Speaks Out in an Exclusive Interview Post Gringo    B.N.T.U. President Says Social Partners Must Remain United    Belize Hosts 4th Caribbean Youth Summit    Data Compilation Program will Aid in the Creation of Policies and Programs    Hostel Fire Still Awaiting Criminal Sanctions    13 Public and Bank Holidays for 2017    BNTU Calls on Support from Other Unions    Murdered Man Wifes Held For Questioning    Managers Are Responsible for Each School During Strike    A New Brand for Belize City    581 Suspected Cases of ZIKA, 6 Pregnant Women    IMF: Serious Economic Times Call For Serious Measures    B.N.T.U. Executive Meets with Social Partners    SSB CEO On the Outs    BelizeInfo, A Development Database    Ministry of Health: ‘We have 6 Positive Cases (ZIKA) among Pregnant Women.’    U.S. Awards over $3 Million in Program Grants    Can McKoy and Chavarria Face Criminal Charges?    Moses Sulph Vindicated; He Did Not Rape UB Student    CARSI Gives Grants    C.E.O. Judith Alpuche on Runaway Children from Dorothy Menzies    A Mental Health Facility for Children    Families Displaced by Hurricane Earl to Get Housing    Guatemala Lashes Out at Foreign Minister Wilfred Elrington    Is BOOST Program Affected by the Current Financial Strain on the G.O.B.?    Cayo Branch of the B.N.T.U. is Defiant and Fired Up for Strike    Youth Hostel Expands its Programs    How Will the Data Be Used?    What of the Investigation into the Tragic Fire at the Youth Hostel?    Do You Support the Industrial Action by Teachers?    Documentary Identifies McAfee’s Former Employees as Conspirators to Murder    Erasmo Lino Freed of Murder Charge    Persons with Zika Symptoms Not Seeking Medical Attention    Keeping Zika Contained    What are Reproductive Rights of Affected Women Who Get Pregnant?    Aedes Aegypti Unleashes Mayaro Fever    Harnessing Natural Resource Inputs The Right Way    Central Bank Governor Heads For The Exit   

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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.