Embassy of Guatemala in Washington, D.C.

Embassy of Guatemala in Washington, D.C. The Guatemalan Embassy is the diplomatic representative of the Guatemala Government to the United States Government. Its main functions are to protect the interests of the State and its citizens; keep the channels of communication between governments, encourage and promote trade relations and track identified topics of interest by both countries.It is located at 2220 R Street NW, Washington, DC.

The current ambassador is Mr. Julio Ligorria Carballido.HistoryFollowing its independence from Spain in 1821, Guatemala joined the Federation of Central American States in 1823 along with Honduras, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, and El Salvador. The United States recognized the Federation of Central America and the diplomatic relations with Guatemala were established when President James Monroe received A

The current ambassador is Mr. Julio Ligorria Carballido.HistoryFollowing its independence from Spain in 1821, Guatemala joined the Federation of Central American States in 1823 along with Honduras, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, and El Salvador. The United States recognized the Federation of Central America and the diplomatic relations with Guatemala were established when President James Monroe received A

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