Foreign relations of Belize

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Belize

Belize maintains fourteen embassies to foreign countries, one additional consulate, and three missions to international organizations.[1]

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Central and South America

Belize's principal external concern has been the dispute involving the Guatemalan claim to Belizean territory. Initially a dispute between formerly Spanish Guatemala and the United Kingdom's colony of British Honduras, Guatemala continued its claim after Belizean independence in 1981; it recognized its neighbour's independence one decade later, in 1991. The dispute remains unresolved.

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