Hadım Mehmed Pasha
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Hadım Mehmed Pasha (Turkish: Hadım Mehmet Paşa) was a Georgian Ottoman statesman. He was Grand Vizier of the Ottoman Empire between 21 September 1622 and 5 February 1623. He was also the Ottoman governor of Egypt from 1604 to 1605.
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|Ottoman Governor of Egypt
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Lefkeli Mustafa Pasha
|Grand Vizier of the Ottoman Empire
21 September 1622 – 5 February 1623
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