Mexico Commits to Aid in the Maintenance of the OAS Office at Adjacency Zone

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Updated: March 14, 2016

The OAS, has been playing a crucial role in the Belize Guatemala dispute as an international referee. As has been reported, to keep the office in the adjacency zone open, requires more than two hundred thousand dollars to keep operations running smoothly. The funds that it is has been tapping into all these years has been running dry and if the money is not found by August, then the office of the OAS will be just that, an office. Ambassador of Mexico to Belize Carlos Quesnel commented on the issue saying that Mexico is going to help with the funding to keep the office open.

CARLOS QUESNEL

“Well again as a member of the OAS Mexico is committed to supporting everything that is necessary and what is good for keeping a peaceful area and we will be committed in that aim to try to help the OAS and both countries.”