Umar Arteh Ghalib
|Umar Arteh Ghalib
عمر عرتي غالب
|Prime Minister of Somalia|
24 January 1991 – May 1993*
|Preceded by||Muhammad Hawadle Madar|
|Succeeded by||Muhammad Haji Ibrahim Egal|
|Born||1930 (age 85–86)|
|Political party||Somali Youth League|
|*de facto to 3 January 1997|
Umar Arteh Ghalib or Omer Carte Qalib (Somali: Cumar Carte Qaalib, Arabic: عمر عرتي غالب) (born 1930) is a prominent Somali politician. He was Prime Minister of Somalia from January 24, 1991 to May 1993.
From 1969 to 1977, Ghalib served as Foreign Minister. As Foreign Minister, in January he was President of the United Nations Security Council. On 24 January 1991, he was appointed by then President of Somalia Siad Barre as the last Prime Minister of Somalia under the latter's regime.
Muhammad Hawadle Madar
|Prime Minister of Somalia
January 24, 1991–May 1993