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Ministry of Foreign Affairs (Albania)

Republic of Albania
Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Ministria e Punëve të Jashtme

Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Tirana
Department overview
Formed 4 December 1912
Dissolved 1939-1943 Albania under Italy
Jurisdiction Albania
Headquarters Tirana
Minister responsible
Website .al.gov.punetejashtmewww
This article is part of a series on the
politics and government of
Albania

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs (Albanian: Ministria e Punëve të Jashtme; MPJ) is the ministry in the Government of Albania which is in charge of foreign relations and admission of Albania into the European Union and NATO. The current minister is Ditmir Bushati.

Contents

  • Ministers 1
  • See also 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4

Ministers

The 1st minister, Ismail Qemali
The 3rd minister, Turhan Përmeti
The 4th minister, Prênk Bibë Doda
The 7th, 14th, 16th, 20th, 21st, 22nd and 23rd minister, Iliaz Vrioni
The 8th and 9th minister, Pandeli Evangjeli
The 10th minister, Fan S. Noli
The 35th minister, Ibrahim Biçakçiu
The 39th and 40th minister, Enver Hoxha
The 41st, 42nd and 43rd minister, Behar Shtylla
The 63rd minister, Lulzim Basha with Condoleezza Rice
The 65th minister, Edmond Haxhinasto
The 66th minister, Edmond Panariti

The Minister of Foreign Affairs (Albanian: Ministri i Punëve të Jashtme) in the government of Albania, is the cabinet minister responsible for the foreign relations of Albania.

The minister is in charge of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, whose headquarters are located on the Ali Demi street in Tirana.

See also

References

1278/2014

External links

  • (English) (Albanian) Ministry of Foreign Affairs
  • (Albanian) Ministry of Foreign Affairs on Facebook
  • (Albanian) Ministry of Foreign Affairs on Twitter
  • (English) Ministry of Foreign Affairs on Twitter
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