Embassy of the Republic of Colombia in the Kingdom of Spain

The Republic of Colombia embassy in Spain is located in the center of Madrid. The Embassy's working hours are from 10.00-14.00 and 16.00-19.00 by local time.

Address of the embassy

Location of embassyThe Republic of Colombia embassy in Spain is located at C/ General Martínez Campos, 48, Madrid. The Embassy's postal code is 28010.

Contact details

Tel.: (+34) 91 700 47 70
Fax: (+34) 91 310 28 69
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Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary posted to Spain at the Republic of Colombia embassy is His Excellency (H.E.) Ms. Carolina Barco Isakson

Carolina Barco has dedicated her professional career to work and commitment to diplomacy and public policy. She was Minister of Foreign Affairs of Colombia from 2002 to 2006 and Ambassador in the United States from 2006 to 2010.

In the area of economic and urban development, she was a researcher and consultant for UNDP and the Ministries of Education, Culture and Economic Development of Colombia, Director of the Administrative Department of District Planning of Bogotá (1998 - 2001) and recently (2010-2018) as a consultant. of the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) in the creation and implementation of the Emerging and Sustainable Cities Program and the IDB Cities Network.

She became the new Ambassador of Colombia before the Government of the Kingdom of Spain and the Principality of Andorra before the Chancellor Carlos Holmes Trujillo on January 18, 2019.

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About the embassy

Strengthening the relationship in the areas of cooperation, economy and trade, investment and tourism, agriculture, science and technology, culture, education and sport, as well as in the different multilateral, regional and global issues, are the main objectives of the Diplomatic Mission in the excellent relations between Spain and Colombia.

Our political strategy aims at the effective implementation of the Strategic Partnership Plan; to the concretion of bioenergetic agreements; to the increase of investment in Colombia; to the Spanish participation in celebration of the bicentennial of Independence.

Spain is the second destination country for Colombian migration. In this matter, the Iberian country has sought to cooperate with Colombia with the implementation of an Agreement for the Regulation of Labor Migration Flows, through temporary migration programs that have benefited more than 6,000 Colombians.