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Ministry of Foreign Affairs (Bahrain)

Ministry of Foreign Affairs
وزارة الخارجية
Ministry overview
Type Government Ministry
Jurisdiction Cabinet of Bahrain
Headquarters Government Road, Manama
Ministers responsible Khalid bin Ahmed Al Khalifa, Minister of Foreign Affairs
Ghanim Al-Buainain, Minister of State for Foreign Affairs
Website mofa.gov.bh
This article is part of a series on the
politics and government of
Bahrain

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MFA) (Arabic: وزارة الخارجية‎) is the Ministry in the Cabinet of Bahrain that is responsible for conducting and managing diplomatic relations between Bahrain and other countries. It is headed by the Minister of Foreign Affairs, the office currently held by Khalid bin Ahmed Al Khalifa.

In April 2012, King Hamad appointed Ghanim Al-Buainain, leader of the Salafist Al Asalah party, as the new Minister of State for Foreign Affairs.[1]

Foreign Ministers of Bahrain

# Name Picture Took Office Left Office
1 Muhammad ibn Mubarak ibn Hamad Al Khalifah 1971 29 September
2 Khalid bin Ahmed Al Khalifa 29 September Still

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References

  1. ^ "Parliament congratulates Al-Buainain who has been appointed as Minister of State for Foreign Affairs".  


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