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May 11, 2018

Diplomats Meet with Foreign Affairs on Referendum Campaign

The countdown is on to next April’s referendum in Belize on the referral of the Belize-Guatemala Dispute to the International Court of Justice. The public awareness campaign is being stepped up and today in Belmopan at the National Showgrounds the Ministry of Foreign Affairs hosted a diplomatic briefing on that campaign. Ambassador Alexis Rosado presented the country’s plan of action for the public awareness campaign to representatives of the resident embassies and international and regional organizations as well as the British High Commission. The government is counting on some of these countries for financial contributions to the campaign, which is expected to cost about eight million dollars.

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1 Response for “Diplomats Meet with Foreign Affairs on Referendum Campaign”

  1. Rod says:

    What an incompetent useless bunch of people we have to give our country away we shouldn’t have to be doing this at all down with Guatemala out with this incompetent gov.

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