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‘Decision to dismiss Jordanian students enrolled in Libyan schools cancelled’

By JT - Aug 02,2018 - Last updated at Aug 02,2018

AMMAN — Official spokesman for the Ministry of Foreign and Expatriates Affairs Ambassador Mohammed Kayed said that the Libyan Ambassador in Amman Mohammad Barghathi telephoned the ministry on Thursday and informed them that the decision to dismiss Jordanian high school students enrolled in Libyan schools in Turkey has been cancelled.

The ambassador also said that the students, who had problems resulted in failure to take the final examinations, will have another date to take the exams that were not taken at the Cultural Attaché in the Libyan embassy in Turkey, the Jordan News Agency, Petra, reported.

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