Louis de Guiringaud
|Louis de Guiringaud|
|Minister of Foreign Affairs|
|Preceded by||Jean Sauvagnargues|
|Succeeded by||Jean François-Poncet|
12 October 1911|
|Died||15 April 1982
Louis de Guiringaud (12 October 1911, Limoges – 15 April 1982, Paris) was a French politician who served as Minister of Foreign Affairs under Raymond Barre between 1976 and 1978.1 Previous to his appointment as a French Minister, Guiringuaud served as France's permanent representative to the UN from 1972 to 1976, also presiding as a member of the United Nations Security Council.
Guiringaud shot himself on 15 April 1982.1
- Associated Press (16 April 1982). "LOUIS DE GUIRINGAUD, 71, FOREIGN MINISTER OF FRANCE IN 1970'S". The New York Times. Retrieved 26 January 2013.
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