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List of foreign ministers in 1950

This is a list of foreign ministers in 1950.

Contents

  • Africa 1
  • Asia 2
  • Australia and Oceania 3
  • Europe 4
  • North America and the Caribbean 5
  • South America 6

Africa

Flag Country Foreign minister Term
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Ethiopia Aklilu Habte-Wold 1943-1958
Liberia Gabriel Lafayette Dennis 1944-1953
South Africa Daniel François Malan 1948-1954

Asia

Flag Country Foreign minister Term
Afghanistan Ali Mohammad Khan 1938-1952
Burma E Maung
Sao Hkun Hkio
1949-1950
1950-1958
Ceylon D.S. Senanayake 1948-1952
China (People's Republic of China) Zhou Enlai 1949-1958
India Jawaharlal Nehru 1947-1964
Indonesia Mohammad Hatta
Mohammad Roem
1949-1950
1950-1951
Iran Hossein Navab 1946-1951
Iraq Muzahim al-Pachachi
Tawfiq al-Suwaidi
Shakir al-Wadi
1949-1950
1950
1950-1951
Israel Moshe Sharett 1948-1956
Japan (under occupation) Shigeru Yoshida 1948-1954
Jordan Samir al-Rifai
Muhammad ash-Shuraiki
Ruhi Abdul Hadi
Samir al-Rifai
1949-1950
1950
1950
1950-1951
North Korea Pak Hon-yong 1948-1953
South Korea Yim Byeong-sik 1949-1951
Laos (associated state of France) Prince Boun Oum
Phoui Sananikone
1948-1950
1950-1951
Lebanon ? ?
Mongolia ? ?
Muscat and Oman ? ?
Nepal Mohan Shamsher Jang Bahadur Rana 1948-1951
Pakistan Sir Muhammad Zafarullah Khan 1947-1954
Philippines Joaquín Miguel Elizalde
Carlos P. Romulo
1948-1950
1950-1952
Saudi Arabia King Faisal 1930-1960
Soviet Union Andrey Vyshinsky 1949-1953
Syria Nazim al-Kudsi 1950-1951
Taiwan (Republic of China) George Yeh 1949-1958
Thailand Pote Sarasin
Warakan Bancha
1949-1950
1950-1952
Turkey Necmettin Sadak
Mehmet Fuat Köprülü
1947-1950
1950-1955
North Vietnam Hoàng Minh Giám 1946-1954
South Vietnam Nguyễn Phan Long
Trần Văn Hữu
1949-1950
1950-1952
Yemen Ahmad bin Yahya 1948-1955

Australia and Oceania

Flag Country Foreign minister Term
Australia Percy Spender 1949-1951
New Zealand Frederick Doidge 1949-1951

Europe

Flag Country Foreign minister Term
Albania Enver Hoxha 1946-1953
Austria (under Allied occupation) Karl Gruber 1945-1953
Belgium Paul van Zeeland 1949-1954
Bulgaria Vladimir Poptomov
Mincho Neychev
1949-1950
1950-1956
Czechoslovakia Vladimír Clementis
Viliam Široký
1948-1950
1950-1953
Denmark Gustav Rasmussen
Ole Bjørn Kraft
1945-1950
1950-1953
East Germany Georg Dertinger 1949-1953
Finland Carl Enckell
Åke Gartz
1944-1950
1950-1951
France Robert Schuman 1948-1953
Greece Konstantinos Tsaldaris
Panagiotis Pipinelis
Sofoklis Venizelos
Nikolaos Plastiras
Sofoklis Venizelos
1946-1950
1950
1950
1950
1950-1951
Hungary Gyula Kállai 1949-1951
Iceland Bjarni Benediktsson 1947-1953
Ireland Seán MacBride 1948-1951
Italy Carlo Sforza 1947-1951
Liechtenstein Alexander Frick 1945-1962
Luxembourg Joseph Bech 1926-1959
Netherlands Dirk Stikker 1948-1952
Norway Halvard Lange 1946-1963
Poland Zygmunt Modzelewski 1947-1951
Portugal José Caeiro da Mata
Paulo Cunha
1947-1950
1950-1956
Romania Ana Pauker 1947-1952
San Marino Gino Giacomini 1945-1957
Spain Alberto Martín-Artajo 1945-1957
Sweden Östen Undén 1945-1962
Switzerland Max Petitpierre 1945-1961
United Kingdom Ernest Bevin 1945-1951
Vatican City Domenico Tardini 1937-1953
Yugoslavia Edvard Kardelj 1948-1953

North America and the Caribbean

Flag Country Foreign minister Term
Canada Lester B. Pearson 1948-1957
Costa Rica Ricardo Toledo Escalante
Mario Echandi Jiménez
1949-1950
1950-1952
Cuba Carlos Hevia
Ernesto Dihigo
1948-1950
1950-1951
Dominican Republic Virgilio Díaz Ordóñez 1947-1953
El Salvador Miguel Rafael Urquia
Robert Edmundo Canessa
1948-1950
1950-1955
Guatemala ? ?
Haiti Vilfort Beauvoir
Antoine Levelt
1949-1950
1950-1951
Honduras ? ?
Mexico Jaime Torres Bodet 1946-1951
Nicaragua Oscar Sevilla Sacasa 1949-1956
Panama Carlos Brin 1949-1951
United States Dean Acheson 1949-1953

South America

Flag Country Foreign minister Term
Argentina Hipólito Jesús Paz 1949-1951
Brazil Raul Fernandes 1946-1951
Bolivia Alberto Saavedra Nogales
Pedro Zilveti Arce
1949-1950
1950-1951
Colombia Elíseo Arango Ramos
Evaristo Sourdis Juliao
Gonzalo Restrepo Jaramillo
1949-1950
1950
1950-1951
Chile Germán Ignacio Riesco
Horacio Walker Larraín
1948-1950
1950-1951
Ecuador Neftalí Ponce Miranda 1948-1952
Paraguay Bernardo Ocampos 1949-1952
Peru Ernesto Rodríguez
Manuel C. Gallagher
1949-1950
1950-1952
Uruguay César Charlone
Alberto Domínguez Cámpora
1949-1950
1950-1952
Venezuela Luis Emilio Gómez Ruiz 1948-1952

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