Grenada–Libya relations

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Grenada–Libya relations

Grenada

Libya

Grenada–Libya relations were formal diplomatic relations between the People's Revolutionary Government of Grenada and the State of Libya between 1979[1] and November 1983.[2]

History of relations[edit]

During the United States invasion of Grenada, Libya had 3 or 4 troops present.[3]

In 1982, at the time, Mr Bishop wrote a letter to the Libyan leader, Colonel Muammar Gaddafi, if it possible to borrowed six million US dollar as a soft loan to complete the runway at Point Salines International Airport, (today known as, Maurice Bishop International Airport).[4]

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