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The Embassy of Algeria in Bogotá, Colombia is the diplomatic representation of Algeria in Colombia. The embassy protects the interests of Algeria in Colombia, protects and provides support for Algerians in Colombia, and issues visas to Colombians and legal residents of Colombia travelling to Algeria.

As the official representation of Algeria, the Embassy covers all matters concerning diplomatic relations between the two countries. It represents Algeria’s interests in the areas of political, economic, financial, and legal affairs, as well as science, education and culture.


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Visafromghana.com publishes and updates the contact details of the Embassy of Algeria in Colombia; location and directions, telephone numbers, fax numbers, address, email addresses, postal address, head of mission, ambassador, and consular information.


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Embassy of Algeria, Bogotá, Colombia

Address

Carrera 11 No. 93 – 53, Of. 302-303, Bogota, DC

Telephone

Phones: +57 (1) 635 04 74/635 05 20 (number reserved for the Algerian community in Colombia)


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Working Hours

Monday-Friday: 08:30-12:00 and 13:00-15:00 except for public holidays

Website

www.embargelia-colombia.org

Fax

+57 (1) 635 05 31


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Email

 [email protected]

Head of mission

Mr Ahmed Hachemi, Ambassador


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