|Minister of Foreign Affairs of the|
Islamic Republic of Afghanistan
|Appointer||President of Afghanistan|
|Term length||Five years, renewable|
|Inaugural holder||Mirza Ghulam Mohammad Mir Munsi|
|Website||Official Website Ministry of Foreign Affairs|
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The Afghan Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MFA) (Persian : وزارت خارجه افغانستان Pashto : د افغانستان د بهرنیو چارو وزارت) is the ministry responsible for managing the Foreign relations of Afghanistan.
|1907–1917||Mirza Ghulam Mohammad Mir Munsi||(died after 1929)|
|1917–1919||Sardar Mohammed Aziz Khan||(born 1875 in Dehradu; assassinated June 6, 1933 in Berlin), 1930 Minister to Moscow 1932 Minister to Berlin.|
|1919–1922||Mahmud Tarzi||(1st time) (b. 1865 – d. 1933)|
|1922–1924||Mohammad Wali Khan Darwazi||(1st time) (died 1933)|
|1924||Sardar Shir Ahmad||(acting) (born 1885)|
|1924–1927||Mahmud Tarzi||(2nd time)|
|1927||Ghulam Siddiq Khan Charkhi||(1st time) (acting) (b. 1894 – d. 1962)|
|1927–1928||Mohammad Wali Khan Darwazi||(2nd time) (acting)|
|1928–1929||Ghulam Siddiq Khan Charkhi||(2nd time)|
|1929||Mohammad Wali Khan Darwazi||(3rd time) (acting)|
|1929||Ali Mohammad Khan||(1st time) (acting) (b. 1891 – d. 1977)|
|1929–1938||Faiz Muhammad Khan Zikeria|
|1938–1953||Ali Mohammed Khan||Afghan politician, born 1891 educated Habibia College in Kabul, 1922: Inspector of Schools, 1924: Viceminister of Education, 1926-1927: Minister to Rome, 1928 Minister of Commerce, 1929 Minister of Education and Acting Foreign Minister, 1947-1953: Minister of Foreign Affairs, 1953-1963: Deputy Prime minister 1963: Minister of Court.|
|1953||Sultan Ahmed Sherzai|
|1953–1963||Mohammed Naim Khan||Sardar Muhammad Naim Khan (born 1911 in Kabul at the Royal Palace; died 27 April 1978, bur. De Sabz), youngest son of Khurshid Begum and Sardar Mohammed Aziz Khan. Mohammed Naim Khan was a brother of Mohammed Daoud Khan.|
|1962||Ali Mohammed Khan||Acting Foreign Minister during an absence of Mohammed Naim Khan|
|1963–1965||Mohammad Yusuf||While simultaneously serving as Prime Minister of Afghanistan|
|1965–1967||Mohammad Nur Ahmad Etemadi|
|1967–1971||Mohammad Nur Ahmad Etemadi||While simultaneously serving as Prime Minister of Afghanistan|
|1971–1972||Mohammad Musa Shafiq|
|1972||Mohammad Musa Shafiq||While simultaneously serving as Prime Minister of Afghanistan|
|1972-1978||Mohammed Daoud Khan||While simultaneously serving as President of Afghanistan (from the 1973 coup)|
|1979–1986||Shah Mohamad Dost|
|1986–1992||Mohammad Abdul Wakil|
|1992–1994||Hidayat Amin Arsala|
|1996–1997||Abdul Rahim Ghafoorzai||Northern Alliance|
|1997–1998||Mullah Abdul Jalil||Taliban|
|1998–1999||Mullah Mohammad Hassan||Taliban|
|1999–October 2001||Wakil Ahmed Muttawakil||Last Taliban Foreign Minister. Reported to have tried to warn the U.S. government of the upcoming al Qaeda September 11 attacks in 2001.|
|December 22, 2001 – March 22, 2005||Abdullah Abdullah||Appointed by President Hamid Karzai.|
|April 20, 2005 – January 18, 2010||Rangin Dadfar Spanta||Appointed by President Hamid Karzai.|
|January 18, 2010 – October 28, 2013||Zalmai Rassoul||Appointed by President Hamid Karzai.|
|October 28, 2013 – December 12, 2014||Ahmad Moqbel Zarar||Appointed by President Hamid Karzai.|
|December 12, 2014 – February 1, 2015||Atiqullah Atifmal (acting)||Appointed by President Ashraf Ghani.|
|February 1, 2015–23 October 2019||Salahuddin Rabbani||Appointed by President Ashraf Ghani.|
|30 October 2019–22 January 2020||Idrees Zaman||Acting foreign minister.|
|22 January 2020–4 April 2020||Mohammad Haroon Chakhansuri||Acting foreign minister.|
|4 April 2020–present||Mohammad Haneef Atmar||Acting foreign minister.|
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