Ministers since 1987

This section lays down the list of Ministers and Secretaries of State in charge or delegated to European Affairs and Policies since 1987. It also indicates the start and end dates of office, the former corresponding to the oath of office before the President of the Republic (for Ministers) or the Prime Minister (for State Secretaries).

XVIII Legislature (from 23 March 2018)

  • Vincenzo Amendola, Minister for European Affairs (from 05.09.2019, Conte Government II)
    Laura Agea, Secretary of State for European Affairs (from 13.09.2019, Conte Government II)

  • Lorenzo Fontana, Minister for European Affairs (11.07.2019 05.09.2019, Conte Government I)

  • Paolo Savona, Minister for European Affairs (01.06.2018 - 08.06.2018, Conte Government I
    Luciano Barra Caracciolo, Undersecretary of State for European Affairs (13.06.2018 - 05.09.2019, Conte Government I)

XVII Legislature (15 March 2013 – 22 March 2018)  

  • Sandro Gozi, Undersecretary of State for European Affairs and Policies (29.12.2016 - 01.06.2018, Gentiloni Government)

  • Sandro Gozi, Undersecretary of State for European Affairs and Policies (22.02.2014 - 12.12.2016, Renzi Government)

  • Enzo Moavero Milanesi, Minister for European Affairs (28.04.13 - 21.02.2014, Letta Government)

XVI Legislature (29 April 2008 – 14 March 2013)

  • Enzo Moavero Milanesi, Minister for European Affairs (16.11.11 - 27.04.13, Monti Government)

  • Anna Maria Bernini, Minister for European Policies (27.07.11 - 16.11.11, Berlusconi Government IV)

  • Andrea Ronchi, Minister for European Policies (08.05.08 - 16.11.10, IV Berlusconi Government IV)

XV Legislature (28 April 2006 – 28 April 2008)

  • Emma Bonino, Minister for International Trade and European Policies (17.05.2006 - 06.05.08, Prodi Government II)

XIV Legislature (30 Mai 2001 – 27 April 2006)

  • Giorgio La Malfa, Minister for European Community Policies (23.04.2005 - 16.05.2006, Berlusconi Government III)

  • Rocco Buttiglione, Minister for European Community Policies (11.06.2001 - 22.04.2005, Berlusconi Government II)

XIII Legislature (9 May 1996 – 29 May 2001)

  • Gianni Mattioli, Minister for European Community Policies (25.04.2000 - 29.05.2001, Amato Government II)

  • Patrizia Toia, Minister for European Community Policies (23.12.1999 - 24.04.2000, D'Alema Government II)

  • Enrico Letta, Minister for European Community Policies (22.10.1998 - 22.12.1999, D'Alema Government I)

  • Piero Fassino, Undersecretary of State for Foreign Affairs, delegated to European Community Policies (17.05.1996 - 21.10.1998, Prodi Government I)

XII Legislature (15 April 1994 – 8 May 1996)

  • Rainer Masera (18.01.1995 - 12.01.1996), Augusto Fantozzi (interim, 13.01.1996 - 16.02.1996), Mario Arcelli (17.02.1996 - 16.05.1996): Ministers for Budget and Economic Planning, delegated to European Community Policies (Dini Government)

  • Domenico Comino, Minister for European Union Policies Coordination (15.04.1994 - 17.01.1995, Berlusconi Government I)

XI Legislature (23 April 1992 – 14 April 1994)

  • Livio Paladin (5.5.1993 - 14.4.1994), Valdo Spini (29.4.1993 - 4.5.1993), Ministers for European Community Policies Coordination (Ciampi Government)

  • Raffaele Costa, Minister for European Community Policies and Regional Affairs Coordination (23.4.1992 - 28.4.1993, Amato Government I)

X Legislature (2 July 1987 – 22 April 1992)

  • Pier Luigi Romita, Minister for European Community Policies Coordination (13.04.1991 - 22.04.1992, Andreotti Government VII)

  • Pier Luigi Romita, Minister for European Community Policies Coordination (23.07.1989 - 12.04.1991, Andreotti Government VI)

  • Antonio La Pergola, Minister for European Community Policies Coordination (14.04.1988 - 22.07.1989, De Mita Government)

  • Antonio La Pergola, Minister for European Community Policies (02.07.1987 - 13.04.1988, Goria Government)

IX Legislature (12 July 1983 – 1 July 1987)

  • Giulio Andreotti, Minister of Foreign Affairs, in charge of European Community Policies Coordination (17.4.1987 - 01.7.1987, Fanfani Government VI)
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