Greek cabinet as of June 25, 2013

Prime Minister: Antonis Samaras

Deputy Prime Minister: Evangelos Venizelos

Foreign Ministry

Minister: Evangelos Venizelos

Deputy Minister: Dimitris Kourkoulas

Deputy Minister: Akis Gerontopoulos

Finance Ministry

Minister: Yannis Stournaras

Alternate Minister: Christos Staikouras

Deputy Minister: Giorgos Mavraganis

Development and Competitiveness Ministry

Minister: Costis Hatzidakis

Deputy Minister: Athanasios Skordas

Deputy Minister: Notis Mitarakis

Infrastructure, Transport and Networks Ministry

Minister: Michalis Chrysochoidis

Deputy Minister: Michalis Papadopoulos

Administrative Reform and E-Governance Ministry

Minister: Kyriakos Mitsotakis

Deputy Minister: Evi Christofilopoulou

Labor, Social Insurance and Welfare Ministry

Minister: Yiannis Vroutsis

Deputy Minister: Vassilis Kegeroglou

Health Ministry

Minister: Adonis Georgiadis

Deputy Minister: Antonis Bezas

Deputy Minister: Zeta Makri

Environment, Energy and Climate Change Ministry

Minister: Yiannis Maniatis

Alternate Minister: Stavros Kalafatis

Deputy Minister: Asimakis Papageorgiou

Public Order Ministry

Minister: Nikos Dendias

Defense Ministry

Minister: Dimitris Avramopoulos

Alternate Minister: Fofi Gennimata

Deputy Minister: Athanasios Davakis

Education Ministry

Minister: Constantinos Arvanitopoulos

Deputy Minister: Simeon Kedikoglou

Deputy Minister: Costas Gioulekas

Tourism Ministry

Minister: Olga Kefaloyianni

Agricultural Development Ministry

Minister: Athanasios Tsaftaris

Alternate Minister: Maximos Harakopoulos

Justice, Transparency and Human Rights Ministry

Minister: Haralambos Athanasiou

Interior Ministry

Minister: Yiannis Michelakis

Alternate Minister: Leonidas Grigorakos

Culture and Sports Ministry

Minister: Panos Panayiotopoulos

Deputy Minister for Sports: Yiannis Andrianos

Deputy Minister for Public Broadcasting: Pantelis Kapsis

Merchant Marine Ministry

Minister: Miltiadis Varvitsiotis

Macedonia-Thrace Ministry

Minister: Theodoros Karaoglou

State Ministry

Minister: Dimitris Stamatis

Government Spokesman: Simos Kedikoglou