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IRAN

The relations between Colombia and Iran were established on April 28, 1975. During the war with Iraq (1980-1989), the Colombian Embassy in Teheran was closed. In April 1992, it was reopened and during the first quarter of 2003 the Embassy was again closed.

Iran has a Diplomatic Mission in Bogotá.

The Colombian Embassy in New Delhi is concurrently accredited to the Islamic Republic of Iran, both for political and consular matters.

Recent Meetings

  • March 2011. The Vice-Minister for American Affairs of the Islamic Republic of Iran, Mr. Behrooz Kamalvandi, visited Colombia as part of a tour of South America. On this occasion the positions on bilateral and multilateral matters were discussed.

Main Agreements currently in force

  • September 4, 1997. Cultural agreement between the Government of Colombia and the Government of Iran. Signed on September 4, 1997 and entered into force as of June 9, 2003.
  • May 19, 1998. Memorandum of Understanding between the Government of Colombia and the Government of Iran on visa exoneration for bearers of diplomatic passports and service or official passports. Signed on May 19, 1998 and entered into force on June 19, 1998.
  • July 1999. Memorandum of Understanding between the Government of Colombia and the Government of Iran on the development of bilateral cooperation.

PAKISTAN

Colombia and Pakistan established diplomatic relations in 1980.

The Ambassador of Pakistan in Brazil, Mr. Alamgir B.K Babar is concurrent to Colombia. The Embassy of Colombia in Turkey concurs to assist Pakistani affairs.

On August 17, 2007, Mr. Mohammad Nawaz was designated as Honorary Investment Counselor of Pakistan in Colombia, residing in Medellín. Mr. Nawaz is in charge of advising individuals interested in developing economic relations with Pakistan (commercial and investments) and traveling to this country. This office does not have the functions of Honorary Consulate, therefore does not process or grants visas.

The bilateral relationship is in its initial phase, and the main interest is generating an approach with Pakistan in order to strengthen ties of cooperation in matters of common interest to fight against drugs, terrorism, and national security, attention to disasters, human rights and participation in the UN Security Council.  

IRAQ

Colombia and the Republic of Iraq established diplomatic relations on January 1st, 1979.

AFGHANISTAN

Colombia and Afghanistan established Diplomatic Relations on August 3, 1990. The Embassy of Colombia in Washington is concurrent to the affairs in Afghanistan.

KAZAKHSTAN

The Embassy of Colombia in the Russian Federation is concurrent to attend affairs related to Kazakhstan as per Decree 2182 of June 20, 2011.

The European Direction of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs made an approach working visit to this country during the month of June 2011.

KYRGYZSTAN

Colombia and Kyrgyzstan established diplomatic relations on October 6, 1993. The Embassy of Colombia in the Russian Federation is concurrent to deal with matters of Kyrgyzstan as per Decree 2182 of June 20, 2011.

TAJIKISTAN

The Embassy of Colombia in the Russian Federation is concurrent to deal with matters of Tajikistan as per Decree 2182 of June 20, 2011.

TURKMENISTAN

Colombia and Turkmenistan established Diplomatic Relations on August 27, 1996. The Embassy of Colombia in the Russian Federation is concurrent to deal with matters of Turkmenistan as per Decree 2182 of June 20, 2011.

UZBEKISTAN

Colombia and Uzbekistan established Diplomatic Relations on February 4, 1993. The Embassy of Colombia in the Russian Federation is concurrent to deal with matters of Uzbekistan as per Decree 2182 of June 20, 2011.


 

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