Mohammad Faisal

Mohammad Faisal is a Pakistani diplomat who was the spokesperson for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and he remained in office from 2017 to 2019.[1] He has also served as the Director General of the SA and SAARC.[2][3][4] Dr Faisal is now Ambassador of Pakistan to Germany

Mohammad Faisal
Spokesperson for the Foreign Office
In office
27 October 2017 – 19 December 2019
PresidentArif Alvi
Prime MinisterImran Khan
Preceded byNafees Zakaria
Succeeded byAisha Farooqui
Personal details
NationalityPakistan Pakistani
EducationRawalpindi Medical College (MBBS)
University of Warwick (LL.M.)
WTO law from Brussels

Personal life and educationEdit

He received a MBBS degree from Rawalpindi Medical College. He completed his LL.M. from University of Warwick and Masters in WTO Law from Brussels.[2] Faisal is married and has three children, Seyreen, Romaan and Ahmad [2]


Faisal has worked with Foreign Service of Pakistan for more than 25 years.[2] On 27 October 2017, he was appointed as Foreign Office spokesperson.[3][1][4] Dr Faisal is now Ambassador of Pakistan to Germany.


  1. ^ a b "Dr Mohammed Faisal to replace Zakaria as new FO spokesperson - Pakistan Today". Pakistan Today.
  2. ^ a b c d "Ministry of Foreign Affairs - Islamabad, Pakistan". Ministry of Foreign Affairs (Pakistan).
  3. ^ a b World, T. N. S. (27 October 2017). "Dr Mohammad Faisal appointed as new Foreign Office spokesperson".
  4. ^ a b "Dr Faisal appointed as new Foreign Office spokesperson". 27 October 2017.
Preceded by
Foreign office Spokesperson
Succeeded by