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October 18, 1989 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Egypt and Libya ended 12 years of tension and at times hostility by agreeing to exchange diplomatic missions in what could mean restoration of full diplomatic ties. The announcement followed two days of reconciliation talks between Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak and Libyan leader Col. Moammar Kadafi, first in the Egyptian resort of Matruh and then in Libya's Tobruk. "We have no differences on Arab issues," Mubarak said.
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October 18, 1989 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Egypt and Libya ended 12 years of tension and at times hostility by agreeing to exchange diplomatic missions in what could mean restoration of full diplomatic ties. The announcement followed two days of reconciliation talks between Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak and Libyan leader Col. Moammar Kadafi, first in the Egyptian resort of Matruh and then in Libya's Tobruk. "We have no differences on Arab issues," Mubarak said.
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November 26, 1988 | From Reuters
Libya on Friday ruled out restoring diplomatic relations with Egypt as long as it has ties with Israel. "Libya cannot resume its relations with Egypt as long as the Israeli flag flies in Cairo," a Foreign Ministry statement quoted by the Libyan news agency JANA said. "Libya . . . at the same time hopes Egypt returns to the Arab camp."
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November 26, 1988 | From Reuters
Libya on Friday ruled out restoring diplomatic relations with Egypt as long as it has ties with Israel. "Libya cannot resume its relations with Egypt as long as the Israeli flag flies in Cairo," a Foreign Ministry statement quoted by the Libyan news agency JANA said. "Libya . . . at the same time hopes Egypt returns to the Arab camp."
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