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September 24, 1987
Jordan has decided to restore diplomatic relations with Libya, broken since crowds burned down the Jordanian Embassy in Tripoli in February, 1984, the official Jordanian news agency reported. Jordan has been a staunch ally of Iraq throughout the seven-year-old Iran-Iraq War. Libya initially aligned itself with non-Arab Iran but has recently restored ties with Iraq and called for a cease-fire in the war.
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June 25, 1990 | Associated Press
The government Sunday announced the appointment of an ambassador to Libya, formally ending a six-year diplomatic rift. The official Jordanian news agency Petra said that Prime Minister Mudar Badran named Hisham Muheisen as ambassador. Muheisen had led a delegation to Tripoli in April to reopen the Jordanian Embassy there for the first time since the Arab nations severed diplomatic relations in 1984.
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June 25, 1990 | Associated Press
The government Sunday announced the appointment of an ambassador to Libya, formally ending a six-year diplomatic rift. The official Jordanian news agency Petra said that Prime Minister Mudar Badran named Hisham Muheisen as ambassador. Muheisen had led a delegation to Tripoli in April to reopen the Jordanian Embassy there for the first time since the Arab nations severed diplomatic relations in 1984.
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September 24, 1987
Jordan has decided to restore diplomatic relations with Libya, broken since crowds burned down the Jordanian Embassy in Tripoli in February, 1984, the official Jordanian news agency reported. Jordan has been a staunch ally of Iraq throughout the seven-year-old Iran-Iraq War. Libya initially aligned itself with non-Arab Iran but has recently restored ties with Iraq and called for a cease-fire in the war.
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