MI6 Middle East Controllerate
The Middle East Controllerate was a former section of the Secret Intelligence Service, better known as MI6. It was created during a 1966 reorganisation, in which the former Middle East directorate D/P2, was split between a Controller , Middle East (C/ME) and a Controller , Africa (C/AF). This division was reversed in the mid-1990s, when the controllerate was merged into the Middle East and Africa Controllerate.
Controller, Middle East (C/ME) (Post 1966)
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