List of Ministers for Foreign Affairs of Malta

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List of Ministers for Foreign Affairs at Palazzo Parisio

Twelve people have served as Minister for Foreign Affairs of Malta since the office was established in 1964.

Political parties

  Nationalist Party   Labour Party

Minister for Foreign Affairs Term of Office Political Party
No. Portrait Name
(Birth–Death)
No. Took Office Left Office
1 Statue Giorgio Borg Olivier Castille Square Valletta n2.jpg Giorgio Borġ Olivier
(1911–1980)
21 September 1964 21 June 1971 Nationalist Party
2 Dom Mintoff (1974).jpg Dom Mintoff
(1916–2012)
21 June 1971 20 December 1981 Labour Party
3 No image.svg Alex Sceberras Trigona
(1950–)
20 December 1981 12 May 1987 Labour Party
4 Dr. Censu Tabone.jpg Ċensu Tabone
(1913–2012)
12 May 1987 16 March 1989 Nationalist Party
5 Edward Fenech Adami.jpg Eddie Fenech Adami
(1934–)
16 March 1989 5 May 1990 Nationalist Party
6 Guido de Marco 2003 crop.jpg Guido de Marco
(1931–2010)
1st 5 May 1990 28 October 1996 Nationalist Party
7 George William Vella.jpg George William Vella
(1942–)
1st 29 October 1996 6 September 1998 Labour Party
(6) Guido de Marco 2003 crop.jpg Guido de Marco
(1931–2010)
2nd 8 September 1998 24 March 1999 Nationalist Party
8 Joe Borg2.jpg Joe Borg
(1952–)
24 March 1999 23 March 2004 Nationalist Party
9 John Dalli 2011.jpg John Dalli
(1948–)
23 March 2004 3 July 2004 Nationalist Party
10 Michael Frendo.jpg Michael Frendo
(1955–)
3 July 2004 12 March 2008 Nationalist Party
11 Tonio Borg (cropped).jpg Tonio Borg
(1957–)
12 March 2008 28 November 2012 Nationalist Party
12 Francis Zammit-Dimech.jpg Francis Zammit Dimech
(1954–)
28 November 2012 13 March 2013 Nationalist Party
(7) George William Vella.jpg George William Vella
(1942–)
2nd 13 March 2013 7 June 2017 Labour Party
13 Carmelo Abela
(1972–)
7 June 2017 incumbent Labour Party

Gallery[edit]

Paintings of the ministers at Palazzo Parisio

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