Ministry of Foreign Relations (Peru)

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Ministry of Foreign Relations
of Peru
Agency overview
Formed 1856
Preceding Agency Secretariat of State and Foreign Affairs
Ministry of State and Foreign Relations
Ministry of Foreign Relations and Interior
Ministry of Government and Foreign Relations
Ministry of Foreign Relations, Justice and Ecclesiastical Business
Ministry of Foreign Relations and Public Instruction
Jurisdiction Government of Peru
Headquarters Torre Tagle Palace
Agency executive Gonzalo Alfonso Gutiérrez Reinel, Minister of Foreign Relations
Website state.gov
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Interior of the Torre Tagle Palace

The Ministry of Foreign Relations of Peru is the statal entity of the Executive in charge of prepare and execute the foreign politics of the Peruvian State. It works in coordination with Peruvian ambassadors and consuls with accrediting in different countries and with international organizations. In the same way, it coordinates, attends to and treats with accrediting embassies before the Peruvian State in Lima, with foreign consulates accrediting in different cities of the country and with international organizations that have seat or representatives in Lima. The present minister is Gonzalo Alfonso Gutiérrez Reinel.

Minister of Government and Foreign Relations[edit]

Juan Garcia del Rio, seigneur de Sussy 1821 1821
Bernardo Monteagudo 1821 1822
Francisco Valdivieso 1822 1823
Juan de Berindoaga, viscount of San Donás 1823 1824
Hipólito Unanue 1824 1824
José Faustino Sánchez Carrión 1824 1825
Hipólito Unanue 1825 1825
Tomás de Heres 1825 1825
José de Morales y Ugalde 1825 1825
Hipólito Unanue 1825 1825
Manuel Ruiz de Pancorvo 1825 1825
José Serra (Perú) 1825 1826
José María de Pando 1826 1827
Manuel Lorenzo de Vidaurre 1827 1827
Manuel del Río 1827 1827
Francisco Javier Mariátegui 1827 1828
José María Galdeano 1828 1828
Manuel del Río 1828 1828
Justo Figuerola 1828 1829
Mariano Alejo Álvarez 1829 1829
José de Armas 1829 1829
José María de Pando 1829 1830
Matías León 1830 1830
Carlos Pedemonte y Talavera 1830 1831
Matías León 1831 1832
Manuel Lorenzo de Vidaurre 1832 1832
José María de Pando 1832 1832
Manuel del Río 1832 1832
Nicolás de Araníbar 1832 1832
Manuel del Río 1832 1832
José María de Pando 1832 1833
Manuel del Río 1833 1833
José María de Pando 1834 1834
José María Corbacho 1834 1834
Matías León 1834 1835
José Domingo Espinar 1835 1835
Bonifacio Lazarte 1835 1835
Manuel Bartolomé Ferreyros 1835 1835
Ildefonso Zavala 1835 1835
Mariano de Sierra 1835 1835
Andrés María Torrico 1835 1836
Mariano Campero 1836 1836
Pío de Tristán 1836 1837
José María Galdeano 1837 1837
Casimiro Olañeta 1837 1838
Mnauel de Méndez 1838 1838
Benito Laso 1838 1838
Ramón Castilla 1838 1839
Benito Laso 1839 1839
Manuel del Río 1839 1839
Manuel Bartolomé Ferreyros 1839 1841
José María de Pando 1834 1834
Manuel Pérez de Tellería 1841 1841
Agustín Guillermo Charún 1841 1843
José Dávila Condemarín 1843 1843
Matías León 1843 1843
José Luis Gómez Sánchez 1843 1843
Manuel Ross 1843 1843
Felipe Pardo y Aliaga 1843 1844
José Manuel Tirado 1844 1844
José Fabio Melgar 1844 1844
José Dávila Condemarín 1844 1844
Manuel Pérez Tudela 1844 1844
Matías León 1844 1845
José Dávila Condemarín 1845 1845
Matías León 1845 1845

Minister of Foreign Relations, Justice and Ecclesiastical Affairs[edit]

José Dávila Condemarín 1845 1845
José Gregorio Paz-Soldán 1845 1847
Manuel del Río 1847 1847
José Gregorio Paz-Soldán 1847 1848
Matías León 1848 1848
Mariano José Sanz 1848 1848
Felipe Pardo y Aliaga 1848 1849
Juan Crisóstomo Torrico 1849 1849
Mariano José Sanz 1849 1849
Manuel Bartolomé Ferreyros 1849 1851

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