Foreign-minister



noun
1.
(in countries other than the U.S.) a cabinet minister who conducts and supervises foreign and diplomatic relations with other states.
Also called, especially British, foreign secretary.
Compare (def 1).
noun
1.
(often capitals) a cabinet minister who is responsible for a country’s dealings with other countries US equivalent secretary of state

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