Minister of Foreign Affairs (Republic of the Congo)

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Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of the Congo (known as the People's Republic of the Congo in 1969–92) is a government minister in charge of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of the Congo, responsible for conducting foreign relations of the country.

The following is a list of foreign ministers of the Republic of the Congo since its founding in 1960:[1]

No. Name
(Birth–Death)
Portrait Tenure
Republic of the Congo (1960–1969)
1 Stéphane Tchitchelle
(1915–1984)
Robert Stephane Tchitchelle.png 1960–1963
2 Charles David Ganao
(1926–2012)
No image.png 1963–1968
3 Nicolas Mondjo
(b. 1933)
No image.png 1968–1969
People's Republic of the Congo (1969–1992)
4 Charles Assemekang
(b. 1926)
No image.png 1969–1970
5 Auxence Ickonga
(1937–1989)
No image.png 1970–1971
6 Henri Lopès
(b. 1937)
Henri Lopes.jpg 1971–1973
(2) Charles David Ganao
(1926–2012)
No image.png 1973–1975
7 Théophile Obenga
(b. 1936)
Obenga.jpg 1975–1979
8 Pierre Nzé
(b. 1939)
Pierre Nzé.png 1979–1984
9 Antoine Ndinga Oba
(1941–2005)
No image.png 1984–1991
10 Jean-Blaise Kololo
(1952?–1999)
No image.png 1991–1992
Republic of the Congo (1992–present)
11 Dieudonné Ganga
(b. 1945?)
No image.png 1992
12 Benjamin Bounkoulou
(b. 1942)
No image.png 1992–1995
13 Arsène Tsaty-Boungou
(b. 1952)
No image.png 1995–1997
14 Rodolphe Adada
(b. 1946)
No image.png 1997–2007
15 Basile Ikouébé
(b. 1946)
Basile Ikouebe. Sept 2013.jpg 2007–2015
16 Jean-Claude Gakosso
(b. 1957)
Jean-Claude Gakosso (2015) (cropped).jpg 2015–present

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Foreign ministers A–D". rulers.org. B. Schemmel. Retrieved 7 October 2014.