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18 Jul
With an embassy in Tel Aviv, the UAE has plans to broaden economic ties with Israel after tourism, aviation and financial services deals. Israel's president called diplomatic ties to the UAE a milestone toward peace.
4 Jul
Israel's top diplomat Yair Lapid opens the Jewish state's first embassy in the Gulf, during a trip to the United Arab Emirates after the countries normalised ties last year. "Israel wants peace with its neighbours. With all its neighbours. We aren't going anywhere. The Middle East is our home. We're here to stay. We call on all the countries of the region to recognise that. And to come talk to us," Lapid says during the opening ceremony. Since their US-brokered normalisation agreement was announced in August last year, Israel and the UAE have signed a raft of deals ranging from tourism to aviation and financial services.
30 Apr
The move comes after President Vladimir Putin signed a decree to limit the number of Russians employed at embassies of countries deemed to be "unfriendly."
26 Apr
Romania has become the most recent country to eject Russian diplomatic officials from its territory, in solidarity with the Czech Republic over its dispute with Moscow.
10 Apr
Mynamar's Ambassador to the United Kingdom, Kyaw Zwar Minn, says an embassy defence attache has 'occupied' the country's London embassy in what he describes as 'a kind of coup'. The ambassador is left unable to enter the building, waiting outside in his car.
7 Mar
Morocco's Foreign Minister Nasser Bourita has cited "deep disagreements" with Germany over Berlin's stance on Western Sahara, according to local media.
19 Aug 2020
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18 Aug 2020
Five years after the United States reopened its embassy in Havana during the Obama administration, Cubans share their expectations for both countries ahead of the US elections, amid a deep freeze in bilateral relations following new sanctions imposed by President Donald Trump's government.
6 Aug 2020
Here are a few reasons to pick up a copy of The Guardian on Friday. Find these stories and much more when you grab a copy of The Guardian on Friday.⁣⁣⁣
27 Jun 2020
India is expelling close to half of the staff at Pakistan’s embassy in New Delhi over espionage claims. Islamabad has reciprocated with the same orders for the Indian High Commission.
28 Jan 2019
Charly Boy, protesters storm U.S Embassy over Onnoghen’s suspension.
16 May 2018
Member representing Dala federal Constituency, Aliyu Mada, on Tuesday rebuke the decision of the Buhari lead administration to grace the United State embassy move from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem.

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