Talk:Minister for Foreign Affairs (Greece)
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Alternate Minister for Foreign Affairs
- The post of FM was held by Papandreou in 2009-2010, who is also the PM. Since Papandreou was rather busy running the government, Droutsas was made Alternate FM to be the de facto FM. It is common in Greece for PMs to assume another ministerial portfolio, either because it is of crucial importance or because they wish to make a point that they have a close and personal interest in its affairs. In the Foreign Ministry in particular, it is not uncommon for there to be a FM, a Deputy/Alternate FM and up to two Vice Ministers. Constantine ✍ 16:02, 10 February 2011 (UTC)