Egypt expelled the Turkish ambassador last year, prompting Ankara to declare the Egyptian envoy in Turkey persona non grata.
That envoy, former Sen. George Mitchell, lasted just over two years in the job before quitting.
As his envoy jumpstarts peace talks, Richard Wolffe reports on Obama's plans to win the ally back.
President Obama and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton should have stood behind their envoy.
Two years later, President Obama appointed Mitchell as his Middle East envoy.
So this envoy met with a wandering physician at Engaddi, ha!
This will be confirmed by your official attendant, who will be an envoy's Courier.
And there's an envoy from Sypolis arrived; some think the Assembly has broken up; they were all at daggers drawn.
Ahead of him Cesare sent an envoy to Bentivogli, to demand its surrender.
He declined to receive the envoy, and ordered a blockade of all the factories.
"messenger," 1660s, from French envoyé "messenger," literally "one sent" (12c.), noun use of past participle of envoyer "send," from Vulgar Latin *inviare "send on one's way," from Latin in "on" (see in- (2)) + via "road" (see via (adv.)). The same French word was borrowed in Middle English to mean "a stanza of a poem sending it off to find readers" (late 14c.).