Ministry of Foreign Affairs Ministry of Agriculture Ministry of Public Works and Communications Ministry of Public Health and Social Welfare Ministry of Justice and Labor Senate House of Representatives Secretary of Tourism

National Holidays

New Year’s Day – January 1st Day of Heroes – March 1st Labour Day – May 1st Independence Day – May 15th Chaco’s Peace – June 12th Founding of Asunción – August 15th Battle of Boquerón – September 29th Virgin of Caacupe – December 8th Christmas Day – December 25th


For those who want to have direct contact with an exuberant nature, Paraguay is an ideal destination where travelers not only enjoy both the forest green watered by countless streams and springs, tropical flowers and representive fauna of the Eastern Region but also experience the serenity of the broad plains of the Paraguayan Chaco where … Leer Más..

Economy & Investments

ECONOMY The most important productive sector of Paraguay is agriculture, not to mention the growth of the cattle industry in recent years. The main products are soybeans, cotton, sugar cane, corn, wheat, tobacco, fruits, vegetables, beef and pork, milk and wood. There also exist factories: glass, cement, steel, plastic and metallurgical plants, and the agro-industry … Leer Más..

Demographic Facts and Social Indicators

Independence Date: May 15, 1811 Country name: Republic of Paraguay Capital: Asunción DEMOGRAPHIC FACTS AND SOCIAL INDICATORS Area: 406,750 km 2 Geographical Location : Located in the heart of the South American continent, its bordered by Bolivia to the north and northeast; by Brazil to the east, and by Argentina to the south and west. … Leer Más..


  Head of Mission: Ambassador Victor Hugo Peña Bareiro Administrative Staff: Ever Peralta Yolanda Pozzoli Mahmoud El Said Abdo Mohamed Youssef   Address 37, Corniche El Nile, Royal Residence Tower, 5th Floor, Apt. 502, Maadi Cairo – Egypt Telephone: (20-2) 2380 0482 Telefax: (20-2) 2380 0489 Emergency: (20-109) 160 9751 Email 1: This email address … Leer Más..


The Embassy has these functions. Representing the sending State in the receiving State; protecting in the receiving State the interests of the sending State and of its nationals, within the limits permitted by international law; negotiating with the Government of the receiving State; ascertaining by all lawful means conditions and developments in the receiving State, … Leer Más..