Ministerio de Relaciones Exteriores del Uruguay

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Uruguay is one of the institutions that make up the Executive Power of Uruguay.

Its main function is to maintain and strengthen the country’s relations with different countries in the world, as well as the proper functioning of Uruguayan embassies and consulates and the State’s Missions and services abroad.

Palácio Santos, ancient private residence of the former President of the Uruguay Máximo Santos, has been the main headquarters of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs since 1955, and is used today for formal events only.

Our staff, Journalist Dirce Ramiro and Special Diplomatic Envoy Cmdr. Manuel Fernandez, visited MRREE and initiated contacts with the Ministry’s Commercial Intelligence, in order to help Brazilian businesses and companies in Uruguay.