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Ministry of Foreign Affairs (Pakistan) Source: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ministry_of_Foreign_Affairs_(Pakistan)

Ministry of Foreign Affairs
وزارت خارجہ
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Agency overview
FormedAugust 14, 1947; 75 years ago (1947-08-14)
JurisdictionGovernment of Pakistan
HeadquartersMinistry of Foreign Affairs, Foreign Office Building, Constitution Avenue, G-5, Islamabad, ICT, Pakistan.
33°43′06.28″N 73°06′12.19″E / 33.7184111°N 73.1033861°E / 33.7184111; 73.1033861Coordinates: 33°43′06.28″N 73°06′12.19″E / 33.7184111°N 73.1033861°E / 33.7184111; 73.1033861
Ministers responsible
Agency executives
Websitewww.mofa.gov.pk

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs (Urdu: وزارت امورِ خارجہ, Wazarat-e-Kharja, abbreviated as MoFA) is a ministry of the Government of Pakistan tasked in managing Pakistan's diplomatic and consular relations as well as its foreign policy. The MOFA is also responsible for maintaining Pakistani government offices abroad with diplomatic and consular status.

Minister[edit]

The Minister of Foreign Affairs is Cabinet member who responsible maintaining Pakistan's foreign policy as well as its diplomatic missions abroad. Bilawal Bhutto Zardari is the current elected member of National Assembly and Minister of Foreign Affairs.

Divisions[edit]

  • Afghanistan, Iran & Turkey & West Asia Division
  • Africa Division
  • Americas Division
  • China & SCO Division
  • CAR & ECO Division
  • East Asia & Pacific Division
  • Europe Division
  • Middle East Division
  • South Asia Division
  • United Nations Division
  • Counter Terrorism Division
  • Audit & Consular Affairs
  • Arms Control & Disarmament
  • Economic Coordination & Organization of Islamic Cooperation
  • Finance Division
  • Legal & Treaties Wing
  • Strategic Export Control
  • Spokesperson Division
  • Policy Planning & Research
  • Press Information Office

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