Foreign Minister of Egypt


Foreign Minister of Egypt

This is a list of foreign ministers of Egypt.

*1826 - 1844 : Baghous Bey Youssefian
*1844 - 1850 : Artin Bey Shoukry
*1850 - 1854 : Estefan Bey Rasmy (as deputy of the Diwan)
*1854 - 1858 : Estefan Bey Rasmy
*1858 - 1874 : Nubar Nubaryan Pasha
*1875 - 1878 : Nubar Nubaryan Pasha

*1878 - 1879 : Nubar Pasha (1st time)
*1879 : Ali Zou al-Fakkar Pasha (1st time)
*1879 : Muhammad Sharif Pasha (1st time)
*1879 - 1882 : Mustafa Fahmi Pasha
*1882 : Raghib Pasha
*1882 - 1884 : Muhammad Sharif Pasha (2nd time)
*1884 - 1888 : Nubar Pasha (2nd time)
*1888 - 1891 : Ali Zou al-Fakkar Pasha (2nd time)
*1891 - 1894 : Tekran Pasha
*1894 - 1910 : Boutros Ghali Pasha
*1910 - 1912 : Hussein Rushdi Pasha
*1912 - 1914 : Yusuf Wahba Pasha
*1914 : Adli Yakan Pasha
*1922 : Abdel Khalek Sarwat Pasha (1st time)
*1922 - 1923 : Mahmoud Fakhry Pasha
*1923 : Ahmed Heshmat Pasha
*1923 - 1924 : Mohamed Tawfik Refaat Pasha
*1924 : Wasef Boutros Ghali Afendy (1st time)
*1924 - 1926 : Ahmed Ziwar Pasha
*1926 - 1927 : Abdel Khalek Sarwat Pasha (2nd time)
*1927 - 1928 : Murkos Hanna Pasha
*1928 : Wasef Boutros Ghali Pasha (2nd time)
*1928 - 1929 : Hafez Afifi Bey (1st time)
*1929 - 1930 : Ahmad Midhat Yeghen Pasha
*1930 : Wasef Boutros Ghali Pasha (3rd time)
*1930 : Hafez Afifi Pasha (2nd time)
*1930 - 1933 : Abdel Fattah Yahya Ibrahim Pasha (1st time)
*1933 : Nakhla George al-Motyei Pasha
*1933 : Salib Sami Bey (1st time)
*1933 - 1934 : Abdel Fattah Yahya Ibrahim Pasha (2nd time)
*1934 - 1935 : Kamel Ibrahim Bey
*1935 - 1936 : Aziz Ezzat Pasha
*1936 : Ali Maher Pasha (1st time)
*1936 - 1937 : Wasef Boutros Ghali Pasha (4th time)
*1937 - 1939 : Abdel Fattah Yahya Ibrahim Pasha (3rd time)
*1939 - 1940 : Ali Maher Pasha (2nd time)
*1940 : Hassan Sabry Pasha
*1940 - 1941 : Hussein Sirri Pasha (1st time)
*1941 - 1942 : Salib Sami Bey (2nd time)
*1942 - 1944 : Mustafa an-Nahhas Pasha
*1944 - 1945 : Mahmoud an-Nukrashi Pasha (1st time)
*1945 - 1946 : Abdelhamid Badawi Pasha
*1946 : Ahmed Lotfi al-Sayed Pasha
*1946 : Ibrahim Abdel Hadi Pasha
*1946 - 1947 : Mahmoud an-Nukrashi Pasha (2nd time)
*1947 - 1948 : Ahmed Mohamed Khashaba Pasha (1st time)
*1948 - 1949: Ibrahim Dessouqy Abaza Pasha
*1949 : Ahmed Mohamed Khashaba Pasha (2nd time)
*1949 - 1950 : Hussein Sirri Pasha (2nd time)
*1950 - 1952 : Muhammad Salah al-Din Bey
*1952 : Ali Maher Pasha (3rd time)
*1952 : Abdel Khaliq Hassuna (1st time)
*1952 : Hussein Sirri Pasha (3rd time)
*1952 : Abdel Khaliq Hassuna (2nd time)
*1952 : Ali Maher Pasha (4th time)
*1952 : Ahmed Mohamed Farag Tayei
*1952 - 1964 : Mahmoud Fawzi
*1964 - 1972 : Mahmoud Riad
*1972 : Murad Ghaleb
*1972 - 1973 : Muhammad Hassan al-Zayyat
*1973 - 1977 : Ismail Fahmi
*1977 : Boutros Boutros-Ghali (1st time) (acting)
*1977 - 1978 : Muhammad Ibrahim Kamal
*1978 - 1979 : Boutros Boutros-Ghali (2nd time) (acting)
*1979 - 1980 : Mustafa Khalil
*1980 - 1984 : Kamal Hassan Ali
*1984 - 1991 : Esmat Abdel Meguid
*1991 - 2001 : Amr Moussa
*2001 - 2004 : Ahmed Maher
*10/05/2004 - present : Ahmed Aboul Gheit

References

*cite web
title = Former Ministers
publisher = Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Arab Republic of Egypt
url = http://www.mfa.gov.eg/MFA_Portal/en-GB/About_the_Ministry/historicalview/Historical_View/
accessdate = 2008-06-22


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