Ministry of Foreign Affairs

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Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Coat of Arms of the Ministry
Ministry overview
Formed 19 November 2014
Jurisdiction Karnia-Ruthenia
Headquarters Persenburg
Employees 3
Minister responsible Boris, Count of Hohenlitz, Minister of Foreign Affairs

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs is the government department responsible the development of the foreign policies of the Karno-Ruthenian Empire. It is the oldest ministry, created in the same day of the foundation of the Kingdom of Ruthenia, predecessor state of Karnia-Ruthenia.

The Emperor-King and the prime ministers of each part of the Empire play a role in setting policy, and the Minister of Foreign Affairs have a voice and are the one who develop this policy. Since its founding, the Kingdom of Ruthenia and after the Karno-Ruthenian Compromise of 2016, the Karno-Ruthenian Empire and its government pays special attention to foreign affairs.

Diplomatic relations are conducted by the Minister of Foreign Affairs, but the leadership of Foreign Affairs is in practice, led by His Imperial and Royal Majesty, the Emperor-King. Karnia-Ruthenia monthly studies and develops diplomatic relations with several micronations around the world, maintaining cordial relations with everyone and accounting for only four international incidents, only two of whom suffered from more serious action by the government.

After the publication of the new Constitution, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs was renamed in Ministry of State of Foreign Affairs by Act L-A1-O2, and Boris, Count of Hohenlitz becomes the Minister of State of Foreign Affairs. On 09 February 2018, the ministry was again renamed to Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

List of Ministers of Information[edit | edit source]

No. Name Portrait Office Sovereign
I Yuri, Count Faria Yuri-de-Faria-gov.jpg 05 February
01 February
King Oscar I
First Minister of Foreign Affairs. Well-known for the creation of Ruthenian Mark.
II Nicolas, Count of Fleurac Nicolas-Grangier.jpg 01 February
20 January
Emperor-King Oscar I
Second Minister of Foreign Affairs, reputed as one of the precursors of the Karno-Ruthenian Compromise of 2016.
III None 20 January
06 September
Emperor-King Oscar I
Intervention in the Minister of Foreign Affairs.
IV Boris, Count Hohenlitz Hohenlitz.png 06 September
17 January
Emperor-King Oscar I
Third Minister of Foreign Affairs, the longest serving in the post to the present.
V Ulli, Duke of Daugavia DukeDaugavia.png 17 January
present Emperor-King Oscar I
Fourth Minister of Foreign Affairs. The first to acquire citizenship after the proclamation of the Empire.

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