Posted: Wednesday, September 1, 2021. 12:25 pm CST.
By Rubén Morales Iglesias: The Consulate of Belize in Florida released its informative and colourful August monthly newsletter promoting Belize and keeping Belizeans in Florida and the diaspora well informed of events in Belize and Belize-related events.
Following the opening comments by Honorary Consul Janine Sylvestre, the newsletter highlights Prime Minister John Briceño’s monthly message in which he expounds on the “the Chance To Create A New Society”.
Next, the newsletter features Minister of Foreign Affairs, Foreign Trade, and Immigration Eamon Courtenay’s interview on Love FM and his meeting with new US Chargé d’Affaires Leyla Moses-Ones, and OAS Ambassador Lynn Young’s Pathlight International Speaker Series. Young discusses how to improve Belize’s education system.
The Belize Florida Consulate newsletter also promotes the upcoming Belize Diaspora Town Hall Meeting which will be held in Miami and other US cities explaining how Belizeans can participate.
The newsletter includes an OAS chat in which Governor General Froyla Tzalam talks about indigenous identity.
The Belize Florida Consulate newsletter also features Government’s digital school textbooks program, Belize Bank e-wallet launch, the National Celebrations Commission’s September Innovative $1000 grants for 40 creative projects, newly crowned Miss Earth Belize, the latest entry requirements for foreign tourists visiting Belize through land borders, and Belizean Star of the Month, Marco Antonio Aguilar.
The newsletter also has links to several Breaking Belize News stories.
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