The Belize consulate is in Foley Street in Dublin why not stage a protest there!

First let me thank you for bringing this to our attention. It is clear that the consulate is part of an Irish International Accountancy firm.

Mr. Vivian Nathan Honorary Consul of Belize in Dublin is a part of the company. Below you will read that the web site for Belize is part of that company.

I would suggest that those of you who are concerned should phone Mr Nathan, but do not send material to him through email as it will be deleted.

After you have made contact Dialogue Ireland would suggest that a group of shareholders get a signed letter of complaint and ask the Consul to receive it on behalf of those disenfranchised Shareholders of BNE.

Foley Street is behind Talbot St where the Independent Group of Offices are based, including the offices of the Sunday World where Nicola Tallant

works.

HOWEVER, I WOULD CAUTION AGAINST PROTESTING THERE AS YOUR DISPUTE IS NOT WITH THE GOVERNMENT OF BELIZE, BUT WITH THE TAKE OVER OF BNE BY MR TONY QUINN.

RATHER I WOULD HOLD A PROTEST OUTSIDE QUINN’S HQ IN ECCLES ST. CALL A PRESS CONFERENCE TO RAISE THE AWARENESS OF THE PUBLIC TO THE SITUATION.

http://www.moorestephensnathans.com/index.asp

Belize flag Honorary Consulate of Belize in Dublin

http://embassy-finder.com/belize_in_dublin_ireland

Honorary Consul          Mr. Vivian Nathan

Address           Ulysses House

Foley Street

Dublin 1

Ireland

Phone   local: (01) 888.1004

international: +353.1.888.1004

Fax      local: (01) 888.1005

international: +353.1.888.1005

Though there is a Dublin Address

he is actually based in Cork.

This  is the current email address below and below that where correspondence can be directed.

It is advisable to make an appointment by email first.

Vivian.f.nathan@rncap.com

83 South Mall,

Cork.

Telephone: + 353 21 427 5176

Web site         http://www.hlbnathans.com

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