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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.