|Minister of Foreign Affairs of Hungary|
1 November 2004 – 9 June 2006
|Preceded by||László Kovács|
|Succeeded by||Kinga Göncz|
1 September 1945 |
A former businessman, he is a member of the Hungarian Socialist Party and served as foreign minister from November 1, 2004 until a cabinet shuffle in June 2006. His appointment to that position was announced in September 2004. Previously, he was the deputy ambassador to the United Nations during the 1980s in Hungary's communist government, and was a telephone company executive during the 1990s. In late 2007, Mr. Somogyi was appointed Hungarian Ambassador to the United States.
Father of two children.
- "AMBASSADOR FERENC SOMOGYI" (in English). Embassy of Hungary. Retrieved 14 February 2010.
- "Hungarian Foreign Ministers from 7 April 1848 to Our Days" (in English). Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Hungary. Retrieved 14 February 2010.
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