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Dickie Bradley Praises “First-Rate” Denys Barrow as He Joins C.C.J.    BDF Sergeant Jailed For Spousal Abuse    What About Judges for Belize Supreme Court?    Jason Cortez Slain on Western Avenue    CCJ Sides with Government Whilst Issuing Strong Recommendations on the 6th Amendment    U.B. Taps Guyanese-Trinidadian Engineer for President    Belize’s Queen of Brukdown Needs Blood Donors    Belmopan Got Major Infrastructure Upgrade    Denys Barrow Off to C.C.J. – as a Judge    Chronicling the Culture of Corruption at Immigration    Making Cattle Big for Belize    Mexico’s Constitution Holds Up after 100 Years    Jason Cortez Gunned Down in Old Capital    Mexican Artist Here For Street Art Festival    The Mexican And Bzean Militaries Continued Friendship    Expanding The Local MMA Scene    OP Martin: From Footballer To Bishop    Supreme Court Frees Toledo Man Accused of Murder of Ex-Girlfriend    Cayo Farmers Tell Story of Rotting Potatoes    Orange Walk Cane Farmer Jailed for Theft in Belize City    A New UB President    Castellanos Speaks of Irregularities at Immigration    Inside CARICOMs 28th Heads Of Govt. Meeting    Poor Investigation Cost Conviction    Sir Elihu Lauterpacht Passes; He Supported Belize Against Guatemala    Will Government Default Superbond Payment?    A Traditional Maya Dance In Dallas    Accused Murderer Walks Free in Punta Gorda    Foreign Minister to Guyana for Heads of Government Sessions    Sports Council Makes Upgrades at Facilities in Belize City    Cops on Trial for Shooting Death of Runaway Prisoner    CDB Shares Perspective On Superbond Restructuring    GOB Remembers Bishop Martin    Catholic Bishop Osmond Peter Martin Passes    Convicted ATM Thieves Lose Proceeds to Belize Bank    Ministerial Influence at Immigration Reported    Belizes Economy Contracted, Contrary to CDB Projections    Government Adds Condolences as Remembrances of Bishop O.P. Martin Continue    Mexico Marks Anniversary of Formation of Army, Air Force    Bishop Osmond Martin Dead at 87    George Reynolds Defends Action in Missing Visas Case    Farewell Sir Eli    Remembering Dr. Cecil “Chubby’” Reneau, Dead at 66    SC Denys Barrow Appointed to Sit with the CCJ    Closing the CARILED Program in Belize    Trinidads Economic Hit Influenced Caribbean Figures    Immigration Officers Never Learned Their Lessons    CDB: Governments Need To Keep Cutting Expenses    Byron James Convicted of Murder of Frank Vasquez    Police Puzzling Over Shooting of Alrick August   

Permanent Mission of Belize to the OAS

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Belize Diaspora Program

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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.