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Belize Opens High Commission In Guyana To Expand Diplomatic Network | RJR News - Jamaican News Online
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Belize opens High Commission in Guyana to expand diplomatic network

The Belize government says the decision to open a High Commission in Guyana is part of its efforts to expand its diplomatic network.
 
The move is aimed at establishing diplomatic relations with countries and opening diplomatic representations aimed at bringing development, prosperity, and assistance to its citizens abroad.
 
The Belize flag was hoisted at the chancellery of the High Commission of Belize in Guyana yesterday.
 
The establishment of this new diplomatic mission in Guyana is a concrete manifestation of Belize's commitment to its bilateral relationship with Guyana.


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