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U.S. Government Delegation Spends Four Days in Belize for High-Level Discussions

Belmopan – A delegation from the United States, comprised of representatives from the Office of the Vice President, U.S. Department of Defense, USAID, and the U.S. Department of State, spent four days in Belize engaged in high-level discussions with Belizean officials aimed at strengthening bilateral ties, enhancing security cooperation, and addressing the climate crisis and ... Read More»

2022 International Religious Freedom Report

BELIZE 2022 INTERNATIONAL RELIGIOUS FREEDOM REPORT Executive Summary The constitution provides for freedom of religion, freedom to change one’s religion or belief, and freedom to express one’s religion or belief in worship, teaching, practice, and observance. The constitution prohibits discrimination based on religion. In January, the government expanded the title and scope of the Ministry of Public Service and Constitutional and ... Read More»

United States Partners with NICH on Lamanai Conservation and Preservation Project

Orange Walk – U.S. Ambassador Michelle Kwan joined Minister of Education, Culture, Science, and Technology Hon. Francis Fonseca for the opening ceremony of the Lamanai Conservation and Preservation Project held today at the Lamanai Archaeological Reserve. The project will enable the conservation and preservation of the High Temple, Mask Temple, ball court plaza, and other ... Read More»

Government of Belize and the Millennium Challenge Corporation Sign Grant Agreement for Compact Development Funding

The Government of Belize and the Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC), a U.S. government agency, signed a Compact Development Funding Grant Agreement today. Prime Minister Hon. John Briceño signed on behalf of the Government of Belize and Jonathan Brooks, Deputy Vice President of Europe, Asia, Pacific, and Latin America, signed for MCC. U.S. Ambassador Michelle Kwan ... Read More»