Mohammad Yusuf (politician)
- For other people with a similar name, see Mohammad Yusuf Khan (disambiguation), Mohammad Yousuf (disambiguation) or Yousaf Khan (disambiguation).
|Mohammad Yusuf Khan|
|Prime Minister of Afghanistan|
10 March 1963 – 2 November 1965
|Monarch||Mohammed Zahir Shah|
|Preceded by||Mohammed Daoud Khan|
|Succeeded by||Mohammad Hashim Maiwandwal|
|Died||23 January 1998
Dr. Mohammad Yusuf Khan (1917 – January 23, 1998) was the prime minister and foreign minister of Afghanistan from March 10, 1963 to November 2, 1965. He was a technocrat who served under the reign of Mohammed Zahir Shah. He was the first Afghan prime minister not to be part of the royal family. He resigned on October 29, 1965.
Yusuf's predecessor, Mohammed Daoud Khan, had made him Minister of Mines and Industries in the 1950s. After serving as prime minister, he was appointed Ambassador to the Soviet Union, but left this post in 1973 following Daoud Khan's coup. When the Soviets invaded Afghanistan in 1979, he went into exile in Germany, where he lived until his death. 
Mohammed Daoud Khan
|Prime Minister of Afghanistan
1963 – 1965
Mohammad Hashim Maiwandwal