List of ambassadors of Italy to Bolivia

Consul (representative) Envoy (title) Benito Mussolini
Ambassador of Italy to the Bolivia
Ambasciatore d'Italia in Bolivia
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Incumbent
Placido Vigo

since October 13, 2014
Inaugural holderAntonio Maria Migliorati
FormationMay 25, 1864

The Italian ambassador in La Paz is the official representative of the Government in Rome to the Government of Bolivia.

List of Representatives

Diplomatic accreditation ambassador Observations List of Prime Ministers of Italy President of Bolivia Term end
May 25, 1864 Marchese Antonio Maria Migliorati Minister residentThe Marquis Antonio Maria Migliorati (1825-1898) was an extraordinary envoy and minister plenipotentiary of the Kingdom of Italy in Athens. In 1876 he will be appointed senator.[1] Alfonso Ferrero La Marmora Mariano Melgarejo
December 31, 1866 Bbarone Carlo Alberto Cavalchini-Garofoli Minister resident extraordinary envoy and plenipotentiary.
  • April 3, 1868: minister in Rio de Janeiro.[2]
Marco Minghetti Mariano Melgarejo
June 30, 1867 Ippolito Garrou General Consul Urbano Rattazzi Mariano Melgarejo
December 20, 1875 Giovanni Battista Viviani General Consul1876-1882 envoy to Peru Marco Minghetti Tomás Frías Ametller
July 16, 1884 Enrico De Gubernatis General Consul
  • 1881: Italian consul in the course of the Turkish-Greek border
Agostino Depretis Gregorio Pacheco Leyes
July 30, 1888 David Segre Consul Francesco Crispi Aniceto Arce Ruiz
December 22, 1895 conte Alessandro De Rege di Donato Consul
  • In 1896 he was ministerresident in Bogota.
Francesco Crispi Mariano Baptista Caserta
April 16, 1896 Pietro Giuseppe Castelli Consul Antonio Starabba, Marchese di Rudinì Severo Fernandez Alonso Caballero
February 24, 1899 Giuseppe Pirrone (Italian diplomat) General Consul
  • 1911: Ministro residente di S. M. il Re d'Italia a Bogotà.
Luigi Pelloux José Manuel Pando Solares
September 11, 1904 Tommaso Carletti Consul (1860- 1919)
  • console italiano a Gerusalemme
Giovanni Giolitti Ismael Montes Gamboa
February 23, 1908 conte Francesco Mazza General Consul Sidney Sonnino Ismael Montes Gamboa
April 3, 1910 Ruffillo Agnoli Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary Luigi Luzzatti Eliodoro Villazón Montaño
July 27, 1924 Fortunato Castoldi Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary Benito Mussolini Bautista Saavedra Mallea
August 6, 1926 Ugo Cafiero Chargé d'affaires (1866 – 1951) Benito Mussolini Hernando Siles Reyes
January 24, 1929 Ugo Cafiero Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary Benito Mussolini Hernando Siles Reyes
May 1, 1933 Bruno Gemelli Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary1936 italienischer Generalkonsul in Zürich[3] Benito Mussolini Daniel Salamanca Urey
January 15, 1934 Piero Toni Chargé d'affairesComendatore Piero Toni presented his credentials on the 8th October, 1938. About 45 years of age, rather self-important, he was, before the outbreak of war, very friendly towards this legation. Nevertheless, he antagonised many of his[4] Benito Mussolini José Luis Tejada Sorzano
August 14, 1936 Luigi Mariani Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary Benito Mussolini David Toro
December 22, 1945 Alfonso Errera Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary(*1892)[5] Ferruccio Parri Gualberto Villarroel López
May 30, 1947 Renato Giardini Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary
  • In 1938 he was Chargé d'Affaires in Bagdad.[6]
Ferruccio Parri Enrique Hertzog
October 27, 1951 Luigi Nardi [7] Ferruccio Parri Hugo Ballivián Rojas
February 9, 1955 Leone Sircana [8] Antonio Segni Hernán Siles Zuazo
November 18, 1957 Mario Tommasini Adone Zoli Hernán Siles Zuazo
June 25, 1959 Pio Riccardo Jannuzzi Antonio Segni Hernán Siles Zuazo
March 27, 1965 Pietro Quirino Tortorici Giovanni Leone Alfredo Ovando Candia
December 22, 1970 Gian Pietro Nuti Emilio Colombo Juan Torres Gonzáles
July 3, 1973 Beniamino Del Giudice Mariano Rumor Hugo Banzer Suárez
March 14, 1975 Sergio Kociancich Aldo Moro Hugo Banzer Suárez
September 27, 1978 Giorgio Bosco Giulio Andreotti Juan Pereda Asbún
November 13, 1982 Alessandro Merola Chargé d'affaires Amintore Fanfani Guido Vildoso Calderón
December 9, 1982 Luchino Cortese [9] Amintore Fanfani Guido Vildoso Calderón
February 24, 1987 Giovanni Mingazzini (Italian diplomat) Amintore Fanfani Víctor Paz Estenssoro
February 11, 1992 Antonio Venturella Giuliano Amato Jaime Paz Zamora
August 16, 1995 Enric’Angelo Ferroni Carli Lamberto Dini Gonzalo Sánchez de Lozada
October 15, 1999 Eugenio Campo Massimo D’Alema Hugo Banzer Suárez
December 4, 2002 Maurizio Zanini [de] Silvio Berlusconi Gonzalo Sánchez de Lozada
January 30, 2007 Silvio Mignano [it] Romano Prodi Evo Morales
November 17, 2010 Luigi De Chiara Silvio Berlusconi Evo Morales
October 13, 2014 Placido Vigo Matteo Renzi Evo Morales

Coordinates: 16°31′29″S 68°06′37″W / 16.524637°S 68.110157°W / -16.524637; -68.110157 [10]

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