|Besnik Mustafaj in Lyon, September 1995|
|62nd Minister of Foreign Affairs|
11 September 2005 – 24 April 2007
|Prime Minister||Sali Berisha|
|Preceded by||Kastriot Islami|
|Succeeded by||Lulzim Basha|
23 September 1958 |
Bajram Curri, Albania
|Political party||Democtaric Party|
Besnik Bajram Mustafaj (born 1958) is an Albanian writer and diplomat.
Mustafaj is a former Albanian ambassador to France. He became 62nd foreign minister of Albania on 11 September 2005 when the government of Prime Minister Sali Berisha took office. He resigned on 24 April 2007 and was replaced by Lulzim Basha on 25 April. His resignation came after strong disagreements with Berisha. Further disagreements with the prime minister led to Mustafaj's withdrawal from politics in May 2009.
- Albanian premier replaces foreign minister, Associated Press via International Herald Tribune, 25 April 2007.
- Foreign Minister’s Departure Takes Albania by Surprise, BIRN, 30 April 2007.
- Mustafaj le politiken, Top Channel, 17 May 2009.
- "About AIIS". AIIS. Retrieved 30 November 2013.
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