Honduras Resumes Relations With Various Countries

Up to date, Honduras has resumes diplomatic relations with Guatemala, Colombia, Peru and Canada.

Friday, February 5, 2010

Chancellor Mario Canahuati explained they are working with the United States to unfreeze economic aid.

Canahuati added: “We have also welcomed the ambassadors of Italy and Germany, and the delegates from Spain and France are on their way. We also made progress with Finland, Turkey and Morocco”.

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