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This is a list of current foreign ministers of the 193 United Nations member states as well as the Holy See (Vatican City) and the State of Palestine.
Foreign ministers of sovereign countries with limited recognition, some alternative governments, some dependent territories and some autonomous administrative divisions are included in separate tables.
Generally recognized sovereign states
StateHistorical list of foreign ministersCurrent foreign ministerPartyAssumed office
 Afghanistan
ListMohammad Hanif Atmar[1] (acting)Truth and Justice4 April 2020
 Albania
ListOlta XhaçkaSocialist Party of Albania31 December 2020
 Algeria
ListSabri BoukadoumIndependent2 April 2019
 Andorra
ListMaria Ubach i FontDemocrats for Andorra17 July 2017
 Angola
ListTete António7 April 2020
 Antigua and Barbuda
ListE.P. Chet GreeneAntigua Labour Party21 March 2018
 ArgentinaListFelipe SoláJusticialist Party10 December 2019
 ArmeniaListAra AyvazyanIndependent18 November 2020
 AustraliaListMarise PayneLiberal Party of Australia28 August 2018
 Austria
ListAlexander SchallenbergIndependent3 June 2019
 AzerbaijanListJeyhun BayramovIndependent16 July 2020
 BahamasListDarren HenfieldFree National Movement15 May 2017
 BahrainListAbdullatif bin Rashid Al ZayaniN/A[2]11 February 2020
 BangladeshListAbulkalam Abdul MomenBangladesh Awami League6 January 2019
 Barbados
ListJerome WalcottBarbados Labour Party27 May 2018
 BelarusListVladimir MakeiIndependent20 August 2012
 Belgium
ListSophie WilmèsReformist Movement1 October 2020
 BelizeListEamon Courtenay13 November 2020
 Benin
ListAurélien Agbénonci6 April 2016
 Bhutan
ListTandi DorjiDruk Nyamrup Tshogpa7 November 2018
 Bolivia
ListRogelio MaytaMovement for Socialism9 November 2020
 Bosnia and HerzegovinaListBisera TurkovićParty of Democratic Action23 December 2019
 Botswana
ListLemogang Kwape26 August 2020
 Brazil
Carlos Alberto FrançaIndependent29 March 2021
 BruneiHassanal Bolkiah (monarch) (Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade)N/A[2]22 October 2015
Erywan Yusof (Second Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade)31 January 2018
 BulgariaListSvetlan Stoev12 May 2021
 Burkina Faso
ListAlpha Barry12 January 2016
 BurundiListAlbert Shingiro28 June 2020
 Cambodia
ListPrak SokhonCambodian People's Party5 April 2016
 Cameroon
ListLejeune Mbella Mbella [fr]Cameroon People's Democratic Movement2 October 2015
 CanadaListMarc GarneauLiberal Party12 January 2021
 Cape VerdeListRui Alberto de Figueiredo Soares14 January 2021
 Central African Republic
ListSylvie Baïpo-TemonIndependent14 December 2018
 Chad
ListMahamat Zene Cherif2 May 2021
 Chile
ListAndrés AllamandNational Renewal28 July 2020
 China
ListWang YiCommunist Party of China16 March 2013
 Colombia
ListMarta Lucía Ramírez19 May 2021
 ComorosListDhoihir Dhoulkamal28 September 2020
 Congo, Democratic Republic of the
ListChristophe Lutundula27 April 2021
 Congo, Republic of the
ListJean-Claude GakossoCongolese Party of Labour10 August 2015
 Costa RicaListRodolfo Solano3 February 2020
 CroatiaListGordan Grlić-RadmanCroatian Democratic Union19 July 2019
 CubaListBruno Rodríguez ParrillaCommunist Party of Cuba2 March 2009
 Cyprus
ListNikos ChristodoulidesDemocratic Rally1 March 2018
 Czechia
ListJakub Kulhánek21 April 2021
 Denmark
ListJeppe KofodSocialdemokratiet12 April 2021
 Djibouti
ListMahamoud Ali YoussoufIndependent22 May 2005
 DominicaListKenneth Darroux17 December 2019
 Dominican Republic
ListRoberto Álvarez Gil [es]16 August 2020
 Ecuador
ListMauricio Montalvo24 May 2021
 Egypt
ListSameh ShoukryIndependent17 June 2014
 El SalvadorListAlexandra Hill Tinoco1 June 2019
 Equatorial Guinea
ListSimeón Oyono Esono Angüe [es]Democratic Party of Equatorial Guinea6 February 2018
 EritreaListOsman Saleh MohammedPeople's Front for Democracy and Justice18 April 2007
 Estonia
ListEva-Maria LiimetsIndependent26 January 2021
 Eswatini
ListThuli Dladla2 November 2018
 EthiopiaListDemeke Mekonnen8 November 2020
 FijiListFrank Bainimarama (prime minister)FijiFirst17 April 2019
 FinlandListPekka HaavistoGreen League6 June 2019
 France
ListJean-Yves Le DrianIndependent, nominated by the party La République En Marche!17 May 2017
 Gabon
ListPacôme Moubelet-BoubeyaGabonese Democratic Party17 July 2020
 Gambia, The
ListMamadou TangaraUnited Democratic Party29 June 2018
 Georgia
ListDavit ZalkalianiGeorgian Dream20 June 2018
 GermanyListHeiko MaasSocial Democratic Party of Germany14 March 2018
 Ghana
ListShirley Ayorkor BotchwayNew Patriotic Party27 January 2017
 Greece
ListNikos DendiasNew Democracy9 July 2019
 GrenadaListOliver Joseph5 October 2020
 GuatemalaListPedro BroloVamos14 January 2020
 Guinea
ListIbrahima Khalil Kaba29 January 2021
 Guinea-BissauListSuzi Barbosa2 March 2020
 GuyanaListHugh Todd5 August 2020
 HaitiListClaude Joseph4 February 2020
  Holy See
ListArchbishop Paul GallagherN/A[2]8 November 2014
 HondurasListLisandro Rosales Banegas [de]23 July 2019
 HungaryListPéter SzijjártóFidesz23 September 2014
 Iceland
ListGuðlaugur Þór ÞórðarsonIndependence Party11 January 2017
 India
ListSubrahmanyam JaishankarBharatiya Janata Party31 May 2019
 Indonesia
ListRetno MarsudiIndependent27 October 2014
 IranListMohammad Javad ZarifIndependent15 August 2013
 Iraq
ListFuad HusseinKurdistan Democratic Party6 June 2020
 IrelandListSimon CoveneyFine Gael14 June 2017
 Israel
ListYair Lapid13 June 2021
 Italy
ListLuigi Di MaioFive Stars Movement5 September 2019
 Ivory Coast
ListKandia Camara6 April 2021
 JamaicaListKamina Johnson-SmithJamaica Labour Party7 March 2016
 Japan
ListToshimitsu MotegiLiberal Democratic Party11 September 2019
 JordanListAyman SafadiIndependent15 January 2017
 KazakhstanListMukhtar TleuberdiNur Otan18 September 2019
 Kenya
ListRaychelle Omamo14 January 2020
 KiribatiTaneti Mamau (president)Tobwaan Kiribati Party15 March 2016
 KuwaitListSheikh Ahmad Nasser Al Muhammad Al SabahN/A[2]17 December 2019
 KyrgyzstanListRuslan Kazakbayev14 October 2020
 Laos
ListSaleumxay KommasithLao People's Revolutionary Party19 April 2016
 LatviaListEdgars RinkēvičsUnity25 October 2011
 Lebanon
ListZeina Akar (acting)19 May 2021
 Lesotho
ListMatsepo Ramakoae21 May 2020
 LiberiaListDee-Maxwell Saah Kemayah, Sr.6 October 2020
 LibyaListNajla MangoushIndependent15 March 2021
 LiechtensteinDominique Hasler25 March 2021
 LithuaniaListGabrielius LandsbergisHomeland Union - Lithuanian Christian Democrats11 December 2020
 LuxembourgListJean AsselbornLuxembourg Socialist Workers' Party21 July 2004
 Madagascar
ListDjacoba Liva Tehindrazanarivelo29 January 2020
MalawiListEisenhower MkakaMalawi Congress Party8 July 2020
 MalaysiaListHishammuddin HusseinUnited Malays National Organisation9 March 2020
 Maldives
ListAbdulla Shahid17 November 2018
 Mali
ListAbdoulaye Diop11 June 2021
 Malta
ListEvarist BartoloLabour Party15 January 2020
 Marshall IslandsCasten Nemra13 January 2020
 Mauritania
ListIsmail Ould Cheikh Ahmed11 June 2018
 Mauritius
ListAlan Ganoo6 February 2021
 MexicoListMarcelo EbrardNational Regeneration Movement1 December 2018
 Federated States of MicronesiaKandhi A. ElieisarN/A[2]3 December 2019
 MoldovaListAureliu CiocoiIndependent9 November 2020
 Monaco
Laurent AnselmiIndependent21 October 2019
 MongoliaListBatmunkh Battsetseg29 January 2021
 MontenegroListĐorđe RadulovićIndependent4 December 2020
 Morocco
ListNasser BouritaIndependent5 April 2017
 Mozambique
ListVerónica Macamo17 January 2020
 Myanmar
ListWunna Maung LwinIndependent1 February 2021
 Namibia
ListNetumbo Nandi-NdaitwahSouth West African People's Organisation4 December 2012
 NauruLionel Aingimea (president)Independent28 August 2013
   Nepal
ListRaghubir Mahaseth4 June 2021
 Netherlands
ListSigrid Kaag (acting)Democrats 6625 May 2021
 New ZealandListNanaia MahutaNew Zealand Labour Party6 November 2020
 NicaraguaListDenis Moncada [es]16 January 2017
 Niger
ListHassoumi MassoudouNigerien Party for Democracy and Socialism7 April 2021
 NigeriaListGeoffrey OnyeamaAll Progressives Congress11 November 2015
 North KoreaListRi Son-gwonWorkers' Party of Korea19 January 2020
 North MacedoniaListBujar OsmaniDemocratic Union for Integration30 August 2020
 Norway
ListIne Marie Eriksen SøreideConservative Party20 October 2017
 OmanListBadr bin Hamad bin Hamood Al BusaidiN/A[2]26 August 2020
 Pakistan
ListShah Mehmood QureshiPakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf20 August 2018
 PalauUduch Sengebau SeniorN/A[2]21 January 2021
 PalestineListRiyad al-Maliki [3]Independent19 May 2009 (Since 2007 for the Palestinian Authority[4])
 Panama
ListÉrika MouynesIndependent2 December 2020
 Papua New Guinea
ListSoroi EoePeople's National Congress20 December 2020
 ParaguayListEuclides Acevedo25 January 2021
 Peru
ListAllan Wagner TizónIndependent15 February 2021
 PhilippinesListTeodoro Locsin Jr.PDP–Laban17 October 2018
 PolandListZbigniew RauLaw and Justice26 August 2020
 Portugal
ListAugusto Santos SilvaSocialist Party26 November 2015
 QatarListSheikh Mohammed bin Abdulrahman Al ThaniN/A[2]27 January 2016
 Romania
ListBogdan AurescuIndependent4 November 2019
 Russian Federation
ListSergey LavrovUnited Russia9 March 2004
 Rwanda
ListVincent BirutaIndependent4 November 2019
 Saint Kitts and Nevis
ListMark BrantleyConcerned Citizens' Movement22 February 2015
 Saint LuciaListAllen Chastanet (prime minister)United Workers Party14 June 2016
 Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
ListRalph Gonsalves (prime minister)Unity Labour Party10 November 2020
 SamoaListTuilaepa Aiono Sailele Malielegaoi (prime minister) or
Naomi Mataʻafa (prime minister)
Human Rights Protection Party

Faʻatuatua i le Atua Samoa ua Tasi
23 November 1998

24 May 2021
 San Marino
Luca BeccariPDCS8 January 2020
 São Tomé and PríncipeListEdite Ten Juá19 September 2020
 Saudi Arabia
ListPrince Faisal bin Farhan Al SaudN/A[2]29 October 2019
 Senegal
ListAïssata Tall Sall1 November 2020
 Serbia
ListNikola SelakovićSNS28 October 2020
 SeychellesListSylvestre Radegonde16 November 2020
 Sierra Leone
ListDavid J. Francis30 April 2021
 Singapore
ListVivian BalakrishnanPeople's Action Party1 October 2015
 Slovakia
ListIvan KorčokFreedom and Solidarity1 April 2021
 SloveniaListAnže LogarSDS13 March 2020
 Solomon IslandsListJeremiah ManelePeople's Alliance Party25 April 2019
 Somalia
ListMohamed Abdirizak Mohamud19 November 2020
 South Africa
ListNaledi PandorAfrican National Congress29 May 2019
 South Korea
ListChung Eui-yong9 February 2021
 South SudanListBeatrice Wani-Noah12 March 2020
 Spain
ListArancha González LayaIndependent13 January 2020
 Sri LankaListDinesh GunawardenaMahajana Eksath Peramuna22 November 2019
 SudanListMariam al-Mahdi8 February 2021
 Suriname
ListAlbert RamdinProgressive Reform Party16 July 2020[5]
 SwedenListAnn LindeSwedish Social Democratic Party10 September 2019
  Switzerland
ListIgnazio CassisFDP.The Liberals1 November 2017
 Syria
ListFaisal Mekdad22 November 2020
 TajikistanListSirodjidin Aslov29 November 2013
 Tanzania
ListLiberata MulamulaChama Cha Mapinduzi30 March 2021
 Thailand
ListDon PramudwinaiIndependent20 August 2015
 Timor-LesteListAdaljíza MagnoFretilin24 June 2020
 TogoListRobert Dussey17 September 2013
 TongaListPohiva Tu'i'onetoa (prime minister)Independent9 October 2019
 Trinidad and TobagoListAmery Browne19 August 2020
 Tunisia
ListOthman JerandiIndependent2 September 2020
 Turkey
ListMevlüt ÇavuşoğluJustice and Development Party24 November 2015
 Turkmenistan
ListRaşit MeredowDemocratic Party of Turkmenistan7 July 2001
 TuvaluSimon KofeN/A[2]September 2019
 Uganda
ListSam KutesaNational Resistance Movement13 January 2005
 Ukraine
ListDmytro Kuleba4 February 2020
 United Arab EmiratesSheikh Abdullah bin Zayed Al NahyanN/A[2]9 February 2006
 United KingdomListDominic RaabConservative Party24 July 2019
 United StatesListAntony BlinkenDemocratic Party26 January 2021
 Uruguay
ListFrancisco Bustillo6 July 2020
 UzbekistanListAbdulaziz Kamilov13 January 2012
 VanuatuListMark Ati20 April 2020
 Venezuela
ListJorge ArreazaUnited Socialist Party of Venezuela2 August 2017
 Vietnam
ListBùi Thanh SơnCommunist Party of Vietnam8 April 2021
 Yemen
ListAhmad Awad Bin MubarakIndependent18 December 2020
 Zambia
ListJoseph MalanjiPatriotic Front8 January 2018
 ZimbabweListFrederick Shava8 February 2021
Other states
The following states control their territory and are recognized by at least one UN member state.
StateHistorical list of foreign ministersCurrent foreign ministerPartyAssumed office
 AbkhaziaListDaur Kove4 October 2016
 Republic of China (Taiwan)ListJoseph WuDemocratic Progressive Party26 February 2018
 Cook IslandsListMark Brown (prime minister)Independent8 October 2020
 KosovoListDonika Gërvalla-SchwarzGuxo22 March 2021
 NiueListDalton Tagelagi (prime minister)Independent11 June 2020
 Northern CyprusListTahsin ErtuğruloğluNational Unity Party9 December 2020
 Sahrawi Arab Democratic RepublicMohamed Salem Ould Salek21 January 1998
 South OssetiaListDmitry Medoyev25 May 2017
The following states/governments control their territory, but are not recognized by any UN member states.
StateHistorical list of foreign ministersCurrent foreign ministerPartyAssumed office
 ArtsakhDavid Babayan4 January 2021
Donetsk People's RepublicNatalya Nikonorova [6]22 February 2016
Lugansk People's RepublicVladislav Deinevo [7]12 September 2017
 Somaliland (Republic of Somaliland)ListYasin Haji MohamoudPeace, Unity, and Development Party10 November 2018
 TransnistriaListVitaly Ignatyev [8]14 September 2015
Other governments
These alternative governments are recognized as a sovereign state by at least one UN member.
StateHistorical list of foreign ministersCurrent foreign ministerPartyAssumed office
 National Unity Government of Myanmar
ListZin Mar Aung16 April 2021
Supreme Political Council of YemenListHisham Sharaf28 November 2016
The alternative governments are not recognized by any UN member states.
StateHistorical list of foreign ministersCurrent foreign ministerPartyAssumed office
Chechen Republic of Ichkeria [9]Usman Ferzauli2007
Tibet [10]vacant14 May 2021
Sui generis entities
EntityHistorical list of foreign ministersCurrent foreign ministerEuropean PartyNational PartyAssumed office
 European UnionListJosep BorrellParty of European Socialists1 November 2019
 Sovereign Military Order of MaltaAlbrecht Freiherr von BoeselagerN/A[2]N/A[2]27 January 2017
Dependent territories
TerritoryHistorical list of foreign ministersCurrent foreign ministerPartyAssumed office
 Faroe IslandsJenis av Rana16 September 2019
 French PolynesiaÉdouard Fritch (president)12 September 2014
 GreenlandPele Broberg23 April 2021
 GuernseyJonathan Le Tocq6 May 2016
 JerseyIan Gorst7 June 2018
 New CaledoniaThierry Santa (President of the Government)9 July 2019
 Puerto RicoLarry Seilhamer Rodríguez2 January 2021
 TokelauKelihiano Kalolo (prime minister)8 March 2020
Autonomous administrative divisions
Autonomous regionHistorical list of foreign ministersCurrent foreign ministerPartyAssumed office
 Brussels-Capital RegionPascal Smet20 July 2019
 CataloniaVictòria Alsina26 May 2021
 FlandersJan Jambon (Minister-President)2 October 2019
GagauziaVitaliy Vlah30 April 2015
 KurdistanSafeen Muhsin DizayeeJuly 2019
 QuebecNadine Girault18 October 2018
 ScotlandListAngus Robertson[21 May 2021
 Walloon RegionElio Di Rupo (Minister-President)13 September 2019
See also
Notes
  1. ^ http://webtv.un.org/search/-2020-afghanistan-conference-press-conference-closing-of-conference-geneva-24-november-2020/6212036541001/?term=Mohammad%20Hanif%20Atmar&sort=date
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m Foreign Ministers with the party field set to N/A indicates that their country has either banned political parties or that they do not have them.
  3. ^ Minister of Foreign Affairs and Expatriates
  4. ^ Palestinian politics
  5. ^ "Het nieuwe regeerteam dat donderdag aantreedt". Star Nieuws (in Dutch). Retrieved 14 July 2020.
  6. ^ Acting to 3 December 2018.
  7. ^ Acting to 28 December 2018.
  8. ^ Acting to 30 August 2016 and from 17 December 2016 to 30 January 2017.
  9. ^ Government in exile in opposition to the emir's government, which itself is unrecognized.
  10. ^ Government in exile.
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