Diplomatic relations between Brazil and Belize were established in March 1983. In 2006, they gained further momentum with the establishment of the Brazilian embassy in Belmopan, thus completing the Brazilian diplomatic network in continental America.
In 2018, trade between Brazil and Belize amounted to nearly $ 7.51 million. Brazilian exports reached $ 6.56 million while imports totaled $ 954,000. Bilateral trade balance is remarkably favorable to Brazil, with a surplus of $ 5.6 million.
Chronology of Bilateral Relations
2015 – The Visa Waiver Agreement for tourism and business between Brazil and Belize enters into force
2010 – The minister of Foreign Affairs of Belize, Wilfred Elrington, visits Brazil on the occasion of the First Brazil-CARICOM Summit). Following the passage of Hurricane Tomas over Belize, Brazil donates $ 145,000 to the Caribbean Disaster Emergency Management Agency
2009 – Brazil donates $ 25,000 to the Belize-Guatemala subfund of the OAS Peace Fund
2005 – The prime-minister of Belize, Said Musa, visits Brazil and meets with president Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva
2003 - Brazil donates $ 25,000 to the Belize-Guatemala subfund of the OAS Peace Fund
2002 - Brazil donates $ 7,500 to the Belize-Guatemala subfund of the OAS Peace Fund
1983 – Diplomatic relations between Brazil and Belize are established