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February 1, 1991
IRAQI Deputy Prime Minister Sadoun Hammadi arrived in IRAN to conduct the first face-to-face talks between the two former adversary nations since the Gulf War began. ALGERIAN, FRENCH and YEMENI officials also traveled to Tehran for talks. After meeting with SAUDI ARABIA'S King Fahd, EGYPTIAN President Hosni Mubarak affirmed that Egypt's 45,000 troops in the Gulf would not be used to strike Iraq.
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February 1, 1991
IRAQI Deputy Prime Minister Sadoun Hammadi arrived in IRAN to conduct the first face-to-face talks between the two former adversary nations since the Gulf War began. ALGERIAN, FRENCH and YEMENI officials also traveled to Tehran for talks. After meeting with SAUDI ARABIA'S King Fahd, EGYPTIAN President Hosni Mubarak affirmed that Egypt's 45,000 troops in the Gulf would not be used to strike Iraq.
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January 28, 1991 | MICHAEL ROSS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
With Arab opposition to the Gulf War mounting, a senior Egyptian official stressed Sunday that Egypt will not support any U.S. war aims that go beyond the U.N. Security Council's mandate to liberate Kuwait. Deputy Foreign Minister Butros Butros Ghali expressed Cairo's concern over suggestions that the Bush Administration has broadened its goal from liberating Kuwait to destroying Iraq's military capability and removing Saddam Hussein from power.
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January 28, 1991 | MICHAEL ROSS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
With Arab opposition to the Gulf War mounting, a senior Egyptian official stressed Sunday that Egypt will not support any U.S. war aims that go beyond the U.N. Security Council's mandate to liberate Kuwait. Deputy Foreign Minister Butros Butros Ghali expressed Cairo's concern over suggestions that the Bush Administration has broadened its goal from liberating Kuwait to destroying Iraq's military capability and removing Saddam Hussein from power.
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