Minister of Foreign Affairs (Cameroon)

The Minister of Foreign Affairs of Cameroon is a government minister in charge of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Cameroon, responsible for conducting foreign relations of the country.

The following is a list of foreign ministers of Cameroon since its founding in 1960:

No. Name
(Birth–Death)
Portrait Tenure
Ahmadou Ahidjo
(1924–1989)
Acting Minister
1960
1 Charles Okala
(1910–1973)
1960–1961
2 Jean-Faustin Betayéné
(1922–1973)
1961–1963
3 Benoît Balla
(1924–1977)
1963–1965
4 Simon Nko'o Etoungou
(1932–2002)
1965–1966
5 Benoît Bindzi
(1924–1998)
1966–1968
(4) Simon Nko'o Etoungou
(1932–2002)
1968–1970
6 Raymond N'Thepe
(1914–1984)
1970–1971
7 Jean Keutcha
(1923–2012)
1971–1972
8 Vincent Efon
(1927–2003)
1972–1975
(7) Jean Keutcha
(1923–2012)
1975–1980
9 Paul Dontsop
(1937–2019)
1980–1983
10 Félix Tonye Mbog
(1934–2022)
1983–1984
11 William Eteki Mboumoua
(1933–2016)
1984–1987
12 Philippe Mataga
(1938–2003)
1987–1988
13 Jacques-Roger Booh-Booh
(b. 1938)
1988–1992
14 Ferdinand Oyono
(1929–2010)
1992–1997
15 Augustin Kontchou Kouomegni
(b. 1945)
1997–2001
16 François Xavier Ngoubeyou
(b. 1937)
2001–2004
17 Laurent Esso
(b. 1942)
2004–2006
18 Jean-Marie Atangana Mebara
(b. 1954)
2006–2007
19 Henri Eyebe Ayissi
(b. 1955)
2007–2011
20 Pierre Moukoko Mbonjo
(b. 1954)
2011–2015
21 Lejeune Mbella Mbella
(b. 1949)
2015–present

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