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Breaking News: Government of Belize Places Temporary Restrictions on Movement in Belize’s Portion of the Sarstoon River for One Month

30.4.16

Breaking News: Government of Belize Places Temporary Restrictions on Movement in Belize’s Portion of the Sarstoon River for One Month: The regulations take effect from today and the restrictions will remain in force for one month.

Government advises that this course of action has become necessary in order to prevent any “commotion” or “threat to public safety” that might arise in consequence of the continuing tense and dangerous standoff between Belize and Guatemala over the Sarstoon, and the tipping point that could be caused by the unregulated insertion of members of the Belizean public into this very volatile mix.

During the one month period for which the restrictions are to last, it is expected that a diplomatic solution will be found to the problem, and that the solution will provide for safe passage of Belizean civilians along the Sarstoon River.


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