Ministry of Foreign Affairs (Mauritania)

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Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Agency overview
Headquarters Nouakchott
Minister responsible Ahmed Ould Teguedi
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The Ministry of Foreign Affairs is the national ministry of foreign affairs of Mauritania. It has its headquarters in Nouakchott, just to the northwest of the Nouakchott Convention Center complex.[1]

List of Foreign Ministers[edit]

Name Portrait Term of office Party
Hamdi Ould Mouknass July 1968 10 July 1978 Mauritanian People's Party
Hasni Ould Didi 1990 1992
Mohamed Abderrahmane Ould Moine 1992
Ahmed Ould Sid'Ahmed November 1998 28 January 2001
Dah Ould Abdi 2001 2002
Mohamed Ould Tolba 2002 2003
Ahmed Ould Sid'Ahmed 10 August 2005 28 April 2007
Mohamed Saleck Ould Mohamed Lemine 28 April 2007 May 2008
Abdallahi Hassen Ben Hmeida May 2008 31 August 2008
Mohamed Mahmoud Ould Mohamedou Mohammad-Mahmoud Ould Mohamedou.jpg 31 August 2008 5 August 2009
Naha Mint Mouknass 5 August 2009 22 March 2011 Union for Democracy and Progress
Hamadi Ould Baba Ould Hamadi Mauritanian Foreign Minister Hamadi Ould Baba Ould Hamadi.jpg 22 March 2011 18 September 2013 Union for the Republic
Ahmed Ould Teguedi 18 September 2013 incumbent Union for the Republic

References[edit]

  1. ^ Google. Google Maps (Map).

Coordinates: 18°6′49″N 15°59′25″W / 18.11361°N 15.99028°W / 18.11361; -15.99028