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Diplomatic Representation for Libya


Foreign Embassies in the U.S. and Their Ambassadors
Office of the Chief of Protocol
September 9, 2011
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GREAT SOCIALIST PEOPLE’S LIBYAN ARAB JAMAHIRIYA (Formerly LIBYAN ARAB REPUBLIC)

 

DATE

NAME/MISSION

June 16, 1954 LEGATION OPENED
   
June 16, 1954 Dr. Mansour Fethi El-Kekhia, Appt. E.E. and M.P.
June 22, 1954 E.E. and M.P. (Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary)
   
May 6, 1955 LEGATION RAISED TO EMBASSY
   
April 27, 1955 Saddigh Muntasser, Appt. Amb. E. and P.
May 6, 1955 Amb. E. and P.
   
December 14, 1956 Suleiman Jerbi, Appt. Amb. E. and P.
December 26, 1956 Amb. E. and P.
   
June 10, 1958 Dr. Mansour Fethi El-Kekhia, Appt. Amb. E. and P.
June 23, 1958 Amb. E. and P.
   
June 10, 1958 Dr. Mohieddine Fekini, Appt. Amb. E. and P.
June 23, 1958 Amb. E. and P.
   
January 31, 1964 Fathi Abidia, Appt. Amb. E. and P.
February 11, 1964 Amb. E. and P.
   
June 30, 1970 Abdalla Suwesi, Charge d'Affaires ad interim
   
September 23, 1971 Abdalla Suwesi, Appt. Amb. E. and P
October 13, 1971 Amb. E. and P.
   
May 21, 1973 Hussein Zagaar, First Secretary, Charge d'Affaires ad interim
   

Charges until May 6, 1981 when diplomatic mission closed.

   

Diplomatic Mission reopened

May 31, 2006 Ali Suleiman Aujali Charges d' Affaires a.i .
   
January 6, 2009 Ali Suleiman Aujali . Appt
January 8, 2009 Amb. E. and P.
   
March 16, 2011 NO REPRESENTATION.  [Ambassador departed 03/16/2011. Mission remains open under the care of a Custodian.]
   
September 8, 2011 Ali Suleiman Aujali . Appt
September 9, 2011 Amb. E. and P.

 

Special Terms*
[Amb.] E.E. and M.P.= Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary
[Charge d'Affaires] a.i.= ad interim
Amb. E. & P. = Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary



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