Ministry of Foreign Affairs (Colombia)

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Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Ministerio de Relaciones Exteriores
Palacio de San Carlos.JPG
Palace of St Charles, headquarters of the Ministry.
Ministry overview
Formed 6 October 1821
Headquarters Palacio de San Carlos
Calle 10 № 5-51
Bogotá, D.C., Colombia
04°35′47.10″N 74°04′28.30″W / 4.5964167°N 74.0745278°W / 4.5964167; -74.0745278
Annual budget COP$226,965,457,533 (2012)[1]
COP$234,237,000,000 (2013)[2]
COP$268,566,000,000 (2014)[3]
Ministry executives María Ángela Holguín Cuéllar, Minister
Patti Londoño Jaramillo, Deputy Minister for Foreign Affairs
Carlos Arturo Morales López, Deputy Minister for Multilateral Affairs
Website www.cancilleria.gov.co

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs (Spanish: Ministerio de Relaciones Exteriores) also known as the Chancellery, is the national executive ministry of the Government of Colombia responsible for the foreign relations of Colombia through its diplomatic missions abroad by formulating foreign policy relevant to the matters of the State. It is equivalent to the foreign affairs ministries of other countries.

Secretaries and Ministers of Foreign Affairs[edit]

Republic of Colombia (1819—1831)[edit]

No. Secretary of Foreign Affairs Took Office Left Office President
1 Pedro Gual Escandón 1821 1825 Simón Bolívar Palacios
2 José Rafael Revenga 1825 1826
3 José Manuel Restrepo Veléz 1826 1827
4 José Rafael Revenga 1827 1828
5 Estanislao Vergara y Santamaría 1828 1828
6 José Joaquín de Olmedo y Maruri 1828 1829
7 Estanislao Vergara y Santamaría 1829 1830
8 Domingo Caycedo y Sanz de Santamaría 1830 1830
9 Vicente Borrero Costa 1830 1831 Joaquín de Mosquera y Arboleda
10 Juan García del Río 1831 1831
11 José María del Castillo y Rada 1831 1831
12 José Félix Restrepo Vélez 1831 1831
13 José Francisco Pereira Martínez 1831 1832 Francisco de Paula Santander y Omaña

Republic of New Granada (1832—1858)[edit]

No. Secretary of Foreign Affairs Took Office Left Office President
1 José Francisco Pereira Martínez 24 October 1831 3 April 1832 Francisco de Paula Santander y Omaña
2 Alejandro Vélez Barrientos 3 April 1832 3 April 1833
3 José Rafael Mosquera Hurtado 3 April 1833 1 August 1833
4 Lino de Pombo O'Donnell 1 August 1833 14 July 1835
5 Francisco Soto Montes de Oca 14 July 1835 4 September 1835
6 Lino de Pombo O'Donnell 4 September 1835 23 March 1836
7 José Nazario Florentino González Vargas 23 March 1836 3 May 1836
8 Lino de Pombo O'Donnell 3 May 1836 15 May 1838 José Ignacio de Márquez Barreto
9 Pedro Alcántara Herrán Martínez 15 May 1838 16 July 1839
10 Tomás Cipriano de Mosquera y Arboleda 16 July 1839 30 July 1839
11 Alejandro Vélez Barrientos 30 July 1839 28 January 1840
12 Eusebio Borrero y Costa 28 January 1840 18 May 1840
13 Miguel Chiari Jiménez 18 May 1840 27 May 1840
14 Judas Tadeo Landínez 27 May 1840 21 September 1840
15 Lino de Pombo O'Donnell 21 September 1840 9 October 1840
16 Miguel Chiari Jiménez 9 October 1840 13 May 1841
17 Mariano Ospina Rodríguez 13 May 1841 2 October 1843 Pedro Alcántara Herrán Martínez
18 Tomás Joaquín de Acosta y Pérez de Guzmán 2 October 1843 1 April 1845
19 Juan María Gómez Pastor 1 April 1845 9 October 1849 Tomás Cipriano de Mosquera y Arboleda
20 Eusebio Borrero y Costa 9 October 1849 28 May 1846
21 Manuel María Mallarino Ibargüen 28 May 1846 7 July 1846
22 Juan Antonio Pardo Pardo 7 July 1846 13 October 1846
23 Manuel María Mallarino Ibargüen 13 October 1846 20 July 1847
24 Manuel Esteban Ancízar Basterra 20 July 1847 7 February 1848
25 Manuel María Mallarino Ibargüen 7 February 1848 19 June 1848
26 José María Galaviz 19 June 1848 5 December 1848
27 Justo Arosemena Quesada 5 December 1848 12 January 1849
28 Cerbeleón Pinzón 12 January 1849 1 April 1849
29 Manuel Murillo Toro 1 April 1849 16 May 1849 José Hilario López Valdéz
30 José Acevedo Tejada 16 May 1849 7 June 1849
31 Victoriano de Diego Paredes y Paramato 7 June 1849 1 November 1851
32 José María Plata Soto 1 November 1851 1 March 1853
33 Lorenzo María Lleras González 1 March 1853 26 November 1853 José María Obando del Campo
34 José Caicedo Rojas 26 November 1853 1 January 1854
35 Cerbeleón Pinzón 1 January 1854 1 April 1855
36 Lino de Pombo O'Donnell 1 April 1855 1 April 1857
37 Juan Antonio Pardo Pardo 1 April 1857 1 April 1861 Mariano Ospina Rodríguez
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Granadine Confederation (1858—1863)[edit]

No. Secretary of Foreign Affairs Took Office Left Office President
1 Juan Antonio Pardo Pardo 1 April 1857 1 April 1861 Mariano Ospina Rodríguez
2 Manuel María Mallarino Ibargüen 1 April 1861 18 July 1861 Bartolomé Calvo Díaz
3 José María Rojas Garrido 18 July 1861 23 November 1861 Tomás Cipriano de Mosquera y Arboleda
4 Manuel Esteban Ancízar Basterra 23 November 1861 1 December 1862
5 José María Rojas Garrido 1 December 1862 10 February 1863
6 José Hilario López Valdéz 10 February 1863 14 May 1863
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United States of Colombia (1863—1886)[edit]

Term start Term end Minister of Foreign Affairs
1882 1882 Jose Maria Quijnao Wallis

Republic of Colombia (1886—present)[edit]

Term start Term end Minister of Foreign Affairs
1887 1888 Carlos Holguín Mallarino
1891 1891 Antonio Roldán
1891 1895 Marco Fidel Suárez
1895 1896 José Maria Uricoechea
1897 1898 Jorge Holguín
1897 1898 Antonio Gómez Restrepo
1898 1899 Felipe Fermín Paul
1899 1900 Carlos Cuervo Márquez
1900 1901 Carlos Martínez Silva
1901 1902 Antonio José Uribe
1902 1903 Felipe F. Paúl
1903 1904 Luis Carlos Rico
1904 1904 Francisco de Paula Mateus
1904 1904 Enrique Cortés
1904 1906 Clímaco Calderón
1906 1908 Gral. Alfredo Vázquez Cobo
1908 1908 Gral. Marceliano Vargas
1908 1909 Francisco José Urrutia
1909 1909 Guillermo Camacho
1909 1909 Carlos Cuervo Márquez
1909 1909 Marco Fidel Suárez
1909 1910 Carlos Calderón
1910 1911 Enrique Olaya Herrera
1911 1912 José María González Valencia
1912 1914 Francisco José Urrutia
1914 1917 Miguel Abadía Méndez
1917 1918 Pedro Antonio Molina
1918 1918 Jorge Holguín
1918 1919 Pedro Antonio Molina
1919 1920 Hernando Holguín y Caro
1920 1920 Francisco Montaña
1920 1921 Laureano García Ortiz
1921 1921 José Vicente Concha
1921 1921 Carlos Adolfo Urueta
1921 1922 Enrique Olaya Herrera
1922 1922 Antonio José Uribe
1922 1922 Lucas Caballero Barrera
1922 1922 Carlos Adolfo Urueta
1922 1925 Jorge Vélez
1925 1926 Eduardo Restrepo Sáenz
1926 1927 Marco Fidel Suárez
1927 1930 Carlos Uribe
1930 1930 Francisco Samper Madrid
1930 1930 Eduardo Santos Montejo
1930 1931 Raimundo Rivas
1931 1935 Roberto Urdaneta Arbeláez
1935 1935 Enrique Olaya Herrera
1935 1935 Francisco Samper Madrid
1935 1936 Ernesto González Piedrahita
1936 1937 Jorge Soto del Corral
1937 1938 Gabriel Turbay
1938 1938 Antonio Rocha
1938 1940 Francisco Samper Madrid
1940 1942 Luis López de Mesa
1942 1943 Gabriel Turbay
1943 1943 Francisco José Chaux
1943 1943 Gabriel Turbay
1943 1944 Carlos Lozano y Lozano
1944 1945 Darío Echandía Olaya
1945 1945 Alberto Lleras Camargo
1945 1946 Fernando Londoño y Londoño
1946 1946 Francisco Umaña Bernal
1946 1947 Carlos Lozano y Lozano
1947 1947 Luis López de Mesa
1947 1948 Domingo Esguerra Plata
1948 1948 Laureano Gómez Castro
1948 1949 Eduardo Zuleta Ángel
1949 1949 Guillermo León Valencia Muñoz
1949 1949 Eduardo Zuleta Ángel
1949 1950 Eliseo Arango
1950 1950 Evaristo Sourdis Juliao
1950 1952 Gonzalo Restrepo Jaramillo
1952 1953 Juan Uribe Holguín
1953 1953 Guillermo León Valencia Muñoz
1953 1956 Evaristo Sourdis Juliao
1956 1957 José Manuel Rivas Sacconi
1957 1958 Carlos Sanz de Santamaría
1958 1961 Julio César Turbay Ayala
1961 1962 José Joaquín Caicedo Castilla
1962 1963 José Antonio Montalvo
1963 1963 Fernando Londoño y Londoño
1963 1965 Fernando Gómez Martínez
1965 1966 Castor Jaramillo Arrubla
1966 1968 Germán Zea Hernández
1968 1970 Alfonso López Michelsen
1970 1974 Alfredo Vázquez Carrizosa
1974 1978 Indalecio Liévano Aguirre
1978 1981 Diego Uribe Vargas
1981 1982 Carlos Lemos Simmonds
1982 1984 Rodrigo Lloreda Caicedo
1984 1986 Augusto Ramírez Ocampo
1986 1990 Cnel. Julio Londoño Paredes
1990 1991 Luis Fernando Jaramillo Correa
1991 1994 Noemí Sanín Posada
1994 1996 Rodrigo Pardo García-Peña
1996 1998 María Emma Mejía Vélez
1998 1998 Camilo Reyes Rodríguez
1998 2002 Guillermo Fernández de Soto
2002 2006 Carolina Barco Isakson
2006 2007 María Consuelo Araújo Castro
2007 2008 Fernando Araújo Perdomo
2008 2010 Jaime Bermúdez Merizalde
2010 incumbent María Ángela Holguín Cuéllar

References[edit]

  1. ^ Colombia, Congress of (14 December 2011). "Ley 1485 de 2011". Diario Oficial (in Spanish) (Bogotá) (48,283): 5. ISSN 0122-2112. OCLC 500057889. Retrieved 6 May 2013. 
  2. ^ Colombia, Congress of (10 December 2012). "Ley 1593 de 2012". Diario Oficial (in Spanish) (Bogotá) (48,640): 4. ISSN 0122-2112. OCLC 500057889. Retrieved 6 May 2013. 
  3. ^ Colombia, Congress of (11 December 2013). "Ley 1687 de 2014". Diario Oficial (in Spanish) (Bogotá) (49,001): 6. ISSN 0122-2112. OCLC 500057889. Retrieved 8 January 2014. 
  4. ^ a b Cadena, Pedro Ignacio (1878). Anales Diplomáticos de Colombia (in Spanish) (Official ed.). Bogotá: Imprenta de Manuel J. Barrera. pp. 33–34. OCLC 30428951. Retrieved 2 December 2012.