The Embassy of Colombia in Washington, DC, represents the Colombian government in the United States. The Embassy serves as a bridge between both nations and helps to advance the longstanding bilateral relationship.
The Embassy maintains an ongoing dialogue with the U.S. Government, Congress, non-governmental organizations, think tanks and universities, on a wide range of issues on the bilateral agenda. These range from broadening Colombia-U.S. commercial relations to seeking new forms of cooperation on matters of interest to both nations, including:
- Economic development and trade
- Hemispheric security
- The fight against international drug trafficking
- Anti-terrorism initiatives
- Preservation of biodiversity and environmental protection
- Clean energy diversification
- Science and technology
- Educational and vocational training
- Racial and ethnic equality and Cultural affairs.
The Embassy has three key objectives:
- Diversifying the bilateral agenda
- Advancing the bilateral alliance
- Promoting Colombia’s national interests.