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Ministry of Foreign Affairs (Iraq)

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Ministry of Foreign Affairs

Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Agency overview
Jurisdiction Iraq
Ministers responsible
  • Fuad Hussein, Minister of Foreign Affairs
  • Abdul Karim Hashim, Senior Foreign Ministry Undersecretary
Parent agencyGovernment of Iraq

Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Iraq is a cabinet ministry of Iraq, responsible for conducting foreign relations of the country.


Iraq maintains 86 Diplomatic missions worldwide.

List of ministers

The following is a list of foreign ministers of Iraq since 1924:[1]

Kingdom of Iraq (1921–1958)

Iraqi Republic (1958–1968)

Ba'athist Iraq (1968–2003)

Republic of Iraq (2004–present)

Name Portrait Term of office Political party Prime Minister
Muhammad Amin Ahmad
2003 2003 Independent Coalition Provisional Authority
Ghassan Muhsen
2003 2003 Independent
Hoshyar Zebari
September 2003 11 July 2014 Kurdistan Democratic Party
Hussain al-Shahristani (interim)
11 July 2014 8 September 2014 State of Law Coalition Nouri al-Maliki
Ibrahim al-Jaafari
8 September 2014 25 October 2018 State of Law Coalition Haider al-Abadi
Mohamed Ali Alhakim
25 October 2018 12 May 2020 Independent Adil Abdul-Mahdi
Mustafa Al-Kadhimi (interim)
12 May 2020 6 June 2020 Independent Mustafa Al-Kadhimi
Fuad Hussein
6 June 2020 Incumbent Kurdistan Democratic Party


  1. ^ "Foreign ministers E-K". B. Schemmel. Retrieved 21 April 2017.
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