Minister of Foreign Affairs (Libya)

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This is a list of foreign ministers of Libya.

There are some notes should be mentioned about this list:

  1. Title of foreign minister varies depending on political regime. For example, during the Jamahiriya era (1977-2011), the title was "Secretary of People's committee for foreign communication and International cooperation."!
  2. Despite that the list shown on website of Libyan foreign ministry are one of the sources used in this list, it omits some ministers, like Shams ad-Din Orabi, and Ali Hassanein, between Ahmad Bishti, and Saleh Buyasser.

Libyan provisional government[edit]

Name Life Dates Prime minister
Ali Jerbi.jpg Ali Jerbi 1903-1969 Mar. 29-24 Dec., 1951 Mahmud al-Muntasir (Before independence).

Kingdom of Libya (1951-1969)[edit]

Name Life Dates Prime minister
Mahmud al-Muntasir2.jpg Mahmud al-Muntasir 1903-1970 Dec. 24, 1951 – Feb. 19, 1954 Mahmud al-Muntasir
Mohammed Sakizli.jpg Muhammad Sakizli 1892-1976 Feb. 19 - Apr. 11, 1954 Muhammad Sakizli
Abdul Salam al-Buseiri Apr. 11 – Dec. 3, 1954 Mustafa Ben Halim
Mustafa Ben Halim.jpg Mustafa Ben Halim 1921 – Dec. 3, 1954 – Oct. 30, 1956
Ali Sahli 1924–2004 Oct. 30, 1956 - Mar. 14, 1957.
Abdul Majid Kubar.JPG Abdul Majid Kubar
(1st time)
1909 -1986 Mar. 14, - May 26, 1957
Wahbi al-Bouri
(1st time)
1916-2010 May 26, 1956 - Oct. 11, 1958 Abdul Majid Kubar
Abdul Majid Kubar.JPG Abdul Majid Kubar
(2nd time)
1909-1986 Oct. 11, 1958 - Oct. 16, 1960
Abdul Qadir al Allam.jpg Abdul Qadir al-Allam Oct. 16, 1960 - May 3, 1961 Muhammad Osman Said
Suleiman Jerbi May 3, 1961 - Jan. 27, 1962
Wanis al-Qaddafi2.jpg Wanis al-Qaddafi
(1st time)
1924-1986 Jan. 27, 1962 - Mar. 6, 1963
Omar Mahmud al-Muntasir Mar. 6 - Mar. 19, 1963
Mohieddin Fekini.jpg Mohieddin Fikini 1926-1994 Mar. 19, 1963 - Jan. 22, 1964 Mohieddin Fikini
Hussein Maziq2.jpg Hussein Maziq 1918-2006 Jan. 22, 1964 - Mar. 20, 1965 Mahmud al-Muntasir
Wahbi al-Bouri
(2nd time)
1916-2010 Mar. 20 – Oct. 2, 1965 Hussein Maziq
Ahmad Bishti.JPG Ahmad Bishti Oct. 2, 1965 – Jan. 4, 1968 Hussein Maziq
(1965-1967)
Abdul Qadir al-Badri
(1967)
Abdul Hamid al-Bakkoush
(1967-1968)
Wanis al-Qaddafi2.jpg Wanis al-Qaddafi
(2nd time)
1924 - 1986 Jan. 4 – Sept. 4, 1968 Abdul Hamid al-Bakkoush
Shams ad Din Orabi.jpg Shams ad-Din Orabi Sept. 4, 1968 – Jun. 1969 Wanis al-Qaddafi
Ali Hassanein Jun. – Aug. 31, 1969

Libyan Arab Republic (1969-1977)[edit]

Name Life Dates Prime minister
Saleh Buyasseer d.1973 1969-1970
Mohamed Najm 1970
Mansour Rashid El-Kikhia 1931-1994? 1972- 1973
Abdul Monem el Houni 1974-1975
Ali Treki
(1st time)
1938- 1976-1977

Great Socialist People's Libyan Arab Jamahiriya (1977-2011)[edit]

Name Life Dates Secretary of General
People's Committee
Ali Treki 1938- 1977-1982
Abdul Ati al-Obeidi (cropped).jpg Abdul Ati al-Obeidi
(1st time)
1939- 1982-1984
Ali Treki
(2nd time)
1938- 1984-1986
Kamal Hassan Al Mansour 1986-1987
Jadallah Azzuz at-Talhi 1987-1990
Ibrahim al Bishari c.1942-1997 1990-1992
Umar Mustafa al-Muntasir 1939-2001 1992-2000
Abdel Rahman Shalgham.jpg Abdel Rahman Shalgham 1949- 2000-2009
MussaKussa.jpg Moussa Koussa 1950- 2009-2011
Abdul Ati al-Obeidi (cropped).jpg Abdul Ati al-Obeidi
(2nd time)
1939- 2011

National Transitional Council (2011-2012)[edit]

Name Life Dates Prime minister
Mahmoud Jibril (World Economic Forum Special Meeting 2011).jpg Mahmoud Jibril 1952 – Mar. 23 – Oct. 23, 2011 Mahmoud Jibril
Ashour Bin Khayal Nov. 24, 2011 – Aug. 8, 2012 Abdurrahim El-Keib

General National Congress (born 2012)[edit]

Name Life Dates Prime minister
Ashour Bin Khayal Aug. 8 – Nov. 14, 2012 Abdurrahim El-Keib
Libyscher Außenminister cropped (8531146192).jpg Mohamed Abdelaziz Nov. 14, 2012- Ali Zeidan (2012-2014)
Abdullah Theney (2014)

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