Mohamed Amine Sbihi
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Minister of Culture
In office
3 January 2012 – 6 April 2017
MonarchMohammed VI
Prime MinisterAbdelilah Benkirane
Preceded byBensalem Himmich
Succeeded byMohamed Laaraj
Ambassador to the Hellenic Republic (Greece) and the Republic of Cyprus
Assumed office
19 January 2022
Personal details
Born1954 (age 67–68)
Political partyParty of Progress and Socialism

Mohamed Amine Sbihi (Arabic: محمد أمين الصبيحي - born 1954, Salé) is a Moroccan politician of the Party of Progress and Socialism. Between 3 January 2012 and 6 April 2017, he held the position of Minister of Culture in Abdelilah Benkirane's government.[1][2][3][4] He was succeeded by Mohamed Laaraj.[5] He was professor of Statistics and Mathematics at the Mohammed V University of Rabat and al-Akhawayn University of Ifrane.[1]

In December 2021, Sbihi was named ambassador to Greece and Cyprus by King Mohammed VI.[6][7] On 19 January 2022, he presented credentials to the President of the Hellenic Republic Katerina Sakellaropoulou.[8]

See also


  1. ^ a b "Official bio" (PDF).[permanent dead link]
  2. ^ "Amine Sbihi, ministre de la Culture : "Promouvoir une action collective et participative"". Albayane. 6 January 2012. Retrieved 17 June 2012.
  3. ^ Ouafaâ Bennani (2012-02-16). "Entretien avec Mohamed Amine Sbihi, ministre de la Culture". Le Matin. Retrieved 17 June 2012.
  4. ^ Siham Jadraoui (2 February 2012). "Mohamed Amine Sbihi : "Nous avons besoin d'un plan stratégique à l'instar des autres plans tels le Plan Maroc Vert, la Vision 2020 en tourisme"". Aujourd'hui le Maroc. Retrieved 17 June 2012.
  5. ^ "King Mohammed VI Officially Appoints Saad Eddine Othmani's Government". Morocco World News. Retrieved 2022-04-26.
  6. ^ "The King appoints new ambassadors". Morocco Latest News. 2021-12-14. Retrieved 2022-04-26.
  7. ^ "His Majesty the King Appoints New Ambassadors". Ministry of Foreign Affairs, African Cooperation and Moroccan Expatriates. Retrieved 2022-04-26.
  8. ^ "Ambassadors credentials ceremony at the Greek Presidential Mansion". Hellenic News of America. 2022-01-20. Retrieved 2022-04-26.