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May 18, 2021

Belize’s Newest UN Ambassador Presents Credentials

Belize’s Permanent Representative to the United Nations, Ambassador Carlos Fuller, presented his credentials to the Secretary General of the U.N., António Guterres, at the U.N. headquarters in New York on May seventeenth.  Ambassador Fuller delivered greetings on behalf of the Governor General, Foreign Minister Eamon Courtenay, and the Government and people of Belize. The Secretary General noted that Belize has played a major role in the U.N. system, furthering the interests of small island and low-lying developing states, climate change and oceans.  Ambassador Fuller assured the Secretary General that Belize’s Permanent Mission to the United Nations would continue to support the U.N. system in these areas.  Fuller succeeds Belize’s previous Permanent Representative to the UN, Lois Young, who had served since 2012.

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