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UNESCO MASHAV
Mrs. Gaina Wagner from Belize was awarded a joint sponsorship by UNESCO and MASHAV (Israel’s Agency for International Development Cooperation) to participate in the post-graduate training course entitled Educational Methodologies Youth At-Risk: Preventing Student Dropouts and Facilitating Reintegration that was held at the Aharon Ofri International Training Center in Israel ... Read More
Director of International Affairs of Belize Mr. Alfonso Gahona Visits Israel
A dinner was held by the Belize Consulate in Israel in honor of Mr. Alfonso Gahona, Director of International Affairs of Belize, during his official visit to Israel during November 2013. Also present at the dinner was Guatemalan Ambassador to Israel, Mr. Alfredo Vasquez Rivera.
The 28th Annual Israel International Mayors Conference was held in Jerusalem on May 6 – 10, 2012. The conference was hosted by Jerusalem mayor Nir Barkat and was attended by 37 mayors from all over the world, including Hilberto Campos, Mayor of Corozal Town in Belize. During the conference, the ... Read More
Governor-General of Belize meets Israeli Ambassador on Belize Independence Day
Former Israeli Ambassador to Belize (2007 – 2011) Mr. Matanya Cohen met the Governor-General of Belize Sir Colville Young on Belize’s 30th Independence Day, September 21, 2011.
Israeli Deputy Foreign Minister Danny Ayalon Addresses OAS General Assembly
Israeli Deputy Foreign Minister Danny Ayalon addressed the OAS General Assembly and spoke about Israeli-Latin American cooperation in a number of fields and also about the Palestinians’ attempt at a unilateral move at the UN in September 2011. Present at the OAS General Assembly were foreign ministers from 35 Latin ... Read More
The Minister of Foreign Affairs of Belize, Mr. Wilfred Elrington, visited Israel on an official visit during May 3 – 6, 2010. This was the minister’s first visit his to Israel, and was made as an effort to strengthen political ties between Israel and Belize. He met with President Shimon ... Read More