|Minister of Transport and Public Works|
22 November 1924 – 31 March 1925
|Preceded by||Eero Hahl|
|Succeeded by||Jalo Lahdensuo|
4 July 1930 – 21 March 1931
|Preceded by||Kyösti Kallio|
|Succeeded by||Juho Niukkanen|
|Foreign Minister of Finland|
27 March 1940 – 5 March 1943
|Preceded by||Väinö Tanner|
|Succeeded by||Henrik Ramsay|
|Born||30 September 1879
Viipuri, Grand Duchy of Finland, Russian Empire
|Died||11 October 1944
|Political party||Swedish People's Party|
|Spouse(s)||Ellen Julie Elise Neovius (1904–)|
|Occupation||Politician, Professor, CEO|
Witting graduated as Abitur in 1897, Candidate of Philosophy in 1901, Master of Philosophy in 1907, Licentiate 1909 and Doctor of Philosophy in 1910. He served as the director-general of the Finnish Institute of Marine Research from 1918–1936.
Witting served in business life as a head of corporate government in the Hanken School of Economics, the Delegation of the Finnish Academies of Science and Letters and the Geographical Society of Finland. Also he was as a member of corporate government in Teollisuushypoteekkipankki, Suomen pankkiyhdistys and Hufvudstadsbladet.
- "Rolf Witting: Kansanedustajana 01.05.1924 - 01.09.1927" (in Finnish). Eduskunta - edustajamartikkeli.
|Minister of Foreign Affairs
Carl Henrik Ramsay
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