Minister of Foreign Affairs (Serbia)

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Minister of Foreign Affairs
Ivica Dačić (June 2010).jpg
Ivica Dačić

since 27 April 2014
Appointer Aleksandar Vučić
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Minister of Foreign Affairs (Serbian: Министар спољних послова / Ministar spoljnih poslova) is the person in charge of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Serbia. The current Minister is Ivica Dačić, since 27 April 2014.

List of ministers[edit]

This list includes all ministers since the dissolution of the State Union of Serbia and Montenegro in 2006. For previous ministers, see Ministry of Foreign Affairs (Yugoslavia). This list also includes Ministers of Foreign Affairs in the early 1990s, when the position briefly existed although Serbia was not an independent country at that time.

Minister Image Party Term start Term end Lifespan
Branko Mikašinović No image.png Socialist Party of Serbia (SPS) 15 January 1991 31 July 1991 1938–
Vladislav Jovanović Vladislav Jovanović Crop.jpg Socialist Party of Serbia (SPS) 31 July 1991 14 July 1992 1933–
Vladislav Jovanović Vladislav Jovanović Crop.jpg Socialist Party of Serbia (SPS) 30 September 1992 4 March 1993 1933–
Vuk Drašković Vuk Draskovic by Kubik 01.JPG Serbian Renewal Movement (SPO) 4 June 2006 15 May 2007 1946–
Vuk Jeremić Vuk Jeremić Crop.jpg Democratic Party (DS) 15 May 2007 27 July 2012 1975–
Ivan Mrkić Ivan Mrkić Crop.jpg Independent 27 July 2012 27 April 2014 1953–
Ivica Dačić Ivica Dačić (June 2010).jpg Socialist Party of Serbia (SPS) 27 April 2014 Present 1966–

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