Ahmad Masa'deh

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Ahmad Masa'deh

Ahmad Khalaf Masa'deh (Arabic: أحمد مساعدة‎) (born 19 May 1969) is a Jordanian politician and diplomat.

He was educated at the University of Jordan (LLB, 1991), the University of Virginia (LLM, 1992), and King's College London (PhD, 2000).[1] He served as Jordanian Minister for Public Sector Reform from 2004 to 2005, and as Jordanian Ambassador to the European Union, Belgium, Norway, Luxembourg and NATO.[2] He was Secretary General of the Union for the Mediterranean from 2010 to 2011.[2] His father Khalaf Masa'deh is a former Jordanian Justice Minister.

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