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“Red flags” on Puerto Azul over Money Issues    Does Muslim Militant Killed in Philippines Have Belize Link?    Belize City Police Lock Down Possible Undocumented Workers    Guns In A Graveyard    New alcaldes sworn in    New House Speaker Will Take Over Regional Body    The Arbitration Bubble Will Burst, Courtenay Warns    Wahaca (Oaxaca) Weed From Back-A-Botes    The Math of the Referendum Act    New Speaker looks to keep order in the House of Representatives    Drug Free, The Way To Be At Canaan SDA    Teachers Hoping Government Will Be Reasonable in Mediation    Belize’s House Speaker to take over presidency of regional body    Prestigious St. Catherine Academy Marks 134th Anniversary    Speaker Laura and The Learning Curve    Opposition Tries to Stop Senate Sitting for 13th Senator    G.O.B. on to Puerto Azul – They Failed the 5-Point Test    After Debate, Courtenay Told He Is Out of Order    Introducing Miss Belize Universe, Rebecca Rath    What to Look For with Cyber Crime    Toledo Alcaldes Also Elect New President, Plan Strategy    Tax bill debated    President of the Senate speaks on negotiations with Government over sale of building in Belmopan    Evangelical Association Petitions President Trump for Ambassador with “Biblical Values”    The Debate Over Referendum Act Continues    Senate Spars Over Taiwan Money    Shrimp industry looks to rebound    Shrimp Farming Tries to Rebound, But Difficulties Remain    Maya Leaders Looking Up    Senator breaks down fifty million dollar loan from Taiwan    Ara Macao is Back – But in What Form?    Agriculture Minister speaks on future of banana industry    Business Sectors Says Bondholders Have No Incentive To Renegotiate    SCAs Proud Day    Senate President Discusses Chon Saan Building Purchase    Oppositon questions timing of referendum amendment act    Fyffes Sell-Out to Sumitomo Should Not Affect Belize, Says Agriculture Minister    Carl Reneau to Court for Jaheem Mahler Murder    Will Government Succeed with Superbond? Business Community Not Sure    Botes Not All That Bad    Courtenay Says Government Has “a Problem” with Senate Commitment    Rider Remains A Mystery    Business Community Balks At More Loans    New Alcaldes Sworn-In in Toledo    Hulse Says Government Hasn’t Decided on Reaction    House speaker adjusting to new roles    Carl Reneau For Murder, Not The First Time    Belizes Hops All But Dashed In Copa    Should Ministers Have Gone on Cannes Junket for Puerto Azul?    Godwin Adamant: “Don’t Care” About Ministers Recommending Visas for Unknowns   

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

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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.