Fernando Londoño y Londoño

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Fernando Londoño y Londoño
Colombia Ambassador to Brazil
In office
1969–1970
President Carlos Lleras Restrepo
Preceded by Luis Humberto Salamanca Medina
Colombian Minister of Government
In office
1 September 1961 – 7 August 1962
President Alberto Lleras Camargo
Preceded by Augusto Ramírez Moreno
Succeeded by Eduardo Uribe Botero
30th Governor of Caldas
In office
24 June 1953 – 23 September 1953
President Gustavo Rojas Pinilla
Preceded by José Restrepo Restrepo
Succeeded by Gustavo Sierra Ochoa
Mayor of Manizales
In office
1950–1952
3rd Permanent Representative of Colombia to the United Nations
In office
1949–1950
President Mariano Ospina Pérez
Preceded by Roberto Urdaneta Arbeláez
Succeeded by Elíseo Arango Ramos
Minister of War of Colombia
In office
21 March 1948 – 10 April 1948
President Mariano Ospina Pérez
Preceded by Fabio Lozano y Lozano
Succeeded by Germán Ocampo Herrera
1st Colombia Ambassador to France
In office
30 May 1947 – 21 March 1948
President Mariano Ospina Pérez
Preceded by *Office Created
Colombian Minister of Foreign Affairs
In office
9 September 1945 – 7 August 1946
President Alberto Lleras Camargo
Preceded by Alberto Lleras Camargo
Succeeded by Francisco Umaña Bernal
Personal details
Born (1910-12-05)5 December 1910
Manizales, Caldas, Colombia
Died 3 November 1994(1994-11-03) (aged 83)
Bogotá, D.C., Colombia
Nationality Colombian
Political party Conservative
Spouse(s) Melba Hoyos Botero
Children Fernando Londoño Hoyos
Guillermo Alberto Londoño Hoyos
Álvaro Londoño Hoyos
Melba Londoño Hoyos
Luz María Londoño Hoyos
Alma mater University of Cauca
Profession Lawyer
This name uses Spanish naming customs: the first or paternal family name is Londoño and the second or maternal family name is Londoño.

Fernando Londoño y Londoño (5 December 1910 — 3 November 1994)[1] was a Colombian lawyer and diplomat who served as the 3rd Permanent Representative of Colombia to the United Nations, the 1st Ambassador of Colombia to France, Ambassador of Colombia to Brazil, and Minister of Foreign Affairs of Colombia. A Conservative Party politician, he served in the Executive as Mayor of Manizales, Governor of Caldas, and Colombian Minister of Government, and in the Legislative as Member of the City Council of Manizales, the Departmental Assembly of Caldas, and the Chamber of Representatives of Colombia.[2][3][4]

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  1. ^ "Falleció El Ex Ministro Fernando Londoño" [Ex Minister Fernando Londoño Passes]. El Tiempo (in Spanish). 1994-11-04. Retrieved 2010-12-23. 
  2. ^ "Historia: Gobernadores de Caldas" [History: Governors of Caldas] (in Spanish). Government of Caldas. Retrieved 2010-12-23. 
  3. ^ González Díaz, Andrés (1982). Ministros del siglo XX, Vol. 2 [Ministers of the 20th Century, Vol, 2] (in Spanish). Ministros de Gobierno. Retrieved 2010-12-23. 
  4. ^ González Díaz, Andrés (1982). Ministros del siglo XX, Vol. 2 [Ministers of the 20th Century, Vol, 2] (in Spanish). Ministro de Relaciones Exteriores. Retrieved 2010-12-23.