Minister of Foreign Affairs
The Minister of Foreign Affairs, often abbreviated as MoFA is a political title that exists commonly in the President's or Prime Minister's Cabinet.
It was a user-created position until it was introduced by the administrators in October 2012.
In the United States of America, this position is traditionally called Secretary of State. This person is designated by the elected president or the Congress as part of a Government Cabinet. The Minister of Foreign Affairs is usually tasked with gathering information on foreign activities and forming relationships with foreign governments. They also work with other countries on the formation of Alliances, treaties, MPPs and are influential in both starting and ending wars. Much of the Minister of Foreign Affairs' work is sensitive, and as such, not always immediately available to the general populace. The Ministry is a generally diplomatic one and does not include talk of Wars often, although discussion does happen.
Many Ministers also appoint a Vice-Minister of Foreign Affairs, sometimes also called an UnderMinister of Foreign Affairs, below these are the Senior Apprentices and below that lie the Junior Apprentices. In America, the position of VMoFA or UMoFA is replaced with Deputy Secretary of State, and instead of apprentices or juniors, there are miscellaneous positions.