Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs (France) - Minister of Foreign and European Affairs (2007–Present)

Minister of Foreign and European Affairs (2007–Present)

Bernard Kouchner 16 May 2007 14 November 2010
Michèle Alliot-Marie 14 November 2010 27 February 2011
Alain Juppé 27 February 2011 May 2012
Laurent Fabius 16 May 2012 Present
Cabinet of France
  • Prime Minister
  • Foreign Affairs
  • Interior
  • Overseas and Territorial Collectivities
  • Ecology
  • Transportation
  • Public Works
  • Economy, Industry and Employment
  • Defence
  • Justice
  • National Education
  • Higher Education and Research
  • Culture and Communication
  • Agriculture and Fishing
  • Tourism
  • Sea
  • Health
  • Youth Affairs and Sports
  • Budget, Public Accounting and Civil Servants
  • Labour, Social Relations and Solidarity
  • Housing and the City

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