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no_imageNon-resident Ambassador of Belize to Nicaragua, His excellency Alexis Rosado, presented his Letters of Credence to the President of the Republic of Nicaragua, Commandant José Daniel Ortega Saavedra on Tuesday, July 30th, 2019.  Ambassador Rosado also met with Vice President H.E. Doña Rosario Murillo Zambrana.


In his public address during the official ceremony, President Ortega noted the historic close ties of friendship and cooperation that happily exist between the governments and people of Belize and Nicaragua.


During this visit, the appointment of Belize’s Honorary Consul to Nicaragua, Mr. Maurice Morgan was also formalized with the Nicaraguan Government.


Ambassador Rosado was accompanied by First Secretary Luis Enrique Verde, Military Attaché, Lt. Col. Ricardo Leal, and Belize’s Honorary Consul in Nicaragua, Maurice Morgan.

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