Elíseo Arango Ramos
|Elíseo Arango Ramos|
1923 photograph by Juan Nepomuceno Gómez.
|4th Permanent Representative of Colombia to the United Nations|
|President||Laureano Gómez Castro|
|Preceded by||Fernando Londoño y Londoño|
|Succeeded by||Carlos Echeverri Cortés|
|Colombian Minister of Foreign Affairs|
|President||Mariano Ospina Pérez|
|Preceded by||Eduardo Zuleta Ángel|
|Succeeded by||Evaristo Sourdis Juliao|
16 April 1900|
Bagadó, Chocó, Colombia
|Died||17 December 1977
Bogotá, D.C., Colombia
|Spouse(s)||Mercedes Roa Cervantes|
|Alma mater||Our Lady of the Rosary University
University of Paris
Elíseo Arango Ramos (16 April 1900 – 17 December 1977) was a Colombian lawyer and diplomat who served as the fourth Permanent Representative of Colombia to the United Nations and as Minister of Foreign Affairs. A Conservative Party ideologue and politician, he was part of the far-right group known as "Los Leopardos" (The Leopards).
- Historia de la Cancillería de San Carlos, Vol. 2 [History of the San Carlos Chancellery, Vol. 2] (National government publication) (in Spanish). Bogotá: National Printing Office of Colombia. 1983. OCLC 11113042.
- Pérez Silva, Vicente (December 2000). "Garra y perfil del grupo de Los Leopardos" [Force and Profile of the Group known as "The Leopards"]. Revista Credencial Historia (in Spanish). Bogotá: Luis Ángel Arango Library (132). Retrieved 2010-12-23.
- Arias Trujillo, Ricardo (November 2007). Los Leopardos: Una Historia Intelectual de los Años 1920 [The Leopards: An Intellectual History of the 1920s] (in Spanish). University of the Andes. ISBN 978-958-695-307-8. OCLC 220993948.
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