|Preceded by Ashour Bin Khayal|
Name Mohamed (politician)
Party Independent politician
|Political party Independent|
Role Foreign minister
Succeeded by Mohammed al-Dairi
|President Mohammed Magariaf
Giuma Atigha (Acting)
Prime Minister Ali Zeidan Abdullah al-Thanay
Born 1951/1952 (age 63–64)
Office Foreign minister since 2012
Mohamed Abdelaziz is a Libyan politician who served as the foreign minister and chairman of the Arab League council of ministers from January 2013 to August 2014.
Abdelaziz graduated from Cairo University in 1975.
Abdelaziz was a member of the Libyan Mission to the UN. Then he worked at the Crime Prevention Centre in Vienna. He served as deputy minister of international cooperation and foreign affairs in the transition government of Libya. On 7 January 2013, Abdelaziz was appointed minister of international cooperation and foreign affairs after these two ministries were remerged. The cabinet was headed by Ali Zidan.
Abdelaziz's term as foreign minister ended when the cabinet resigned on 29 August 2014. He was replaced by Mohammed al-Dairi in the post.
In April 2014 he called for the restoration of the Senussi dynasty and that the constitutional monarchy established by the federalist constitution of 1951 was the "only solution" for "the return of security and stability to Libya".