Foreign Minister of Bhutan

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The Foreign Minister of Bhutan occupies the Ministerial post in the Royal Government of Bhutan which deals with the country's foreign policy. The office was founded in 1968 as the Ministry of Development; it was reorganized in 1970 as the Department of Foreign Affairs. In 1972 it achieved its current form as the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

Bhutan has relations with 24 nations including the European Union. The current Minister of Foreign Affairs is Damcho Dorji.

List of ministers[edit]

This is a list of Ministers of Foreign Affairs of Bhutan:[1]

Name Took office Left office
Dawa Tsering 1972 1998
Jigme Thinley 1998 2003
Khandu Wangchuk 2003 2007
Yeshey Dorji (acting) 2007 2008
Ugyen Tshering 2008 2013
Rinzin Dorj 2013 2015
Damcho Dorji 2015 Incumbent

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