Amir’s visit to Tunisia opens new horizon in ties

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Amir’s visit to Tunisia  opens new horizon in ties

Amir H H Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani and President of the Republic of Tunisia, H E  Kais Saied held an official talks session at Carthage Presidential Palace in Tunis yesterday.

Talks during the session pertained to the close bilateral relations between the two countries and means to develop these relations in all fields in addition to a number of regional and international issues of common concern.

H H the Amir arrived in the capital Tunis yesterday on a two-day official visit to the Republic of Tunisia.

H H the Amir was welcomed upon arrival at Tunis-Carthage International Airport by the President of the Republic of Tunisia, H E Kais Saied; Governor of Tunis City Shazli Boualak, a number of Their Excellencies high-ranking Tunisian officials; Ambassador of the State of Qatar to Tunisia, H E  Saad bin Nasser Al Humaidi; Ambassador of the Republic of Tunisia to the State of Qatar, H E Sami Al Saidi, and members of the Qatari Embassy in Tunisia.

H H the Amir was accorded an official reception upon arrival.

 

During the talks, the two sides discussed ways to enhance cooperation between the two brotherly countries, especially in the fields of economy, investment, security and defence, as the two sides agreed to create an effective mechanism to accelerate the pace of work between the two countries within the Joint Higher Committee, in order to overcome all difficulties facing everything that would strengthen and develop relations in various fields.

The talks also dealt with a number of regional and international issues of common concern to the two countries, most importantly the latest developments of the Palestinian Cause and the Libyan crisis. The two sides stressed the importance of promoting joint Arab action.

Their Excellences members of the official delegation accompanying H H the Amir attended the session.

On the Tunisian side, it was attended by a number of Their Excellencies Ministers and senior officials.

The relations between the two countries are a model of successful and advanced relations on the Arab level, as Qatar ranks first in the Arab world and second globally in terms of direct investments in Tunisia, with over $3bn invested in the sectors of telecommunication, banking and tourism to name a few.

Source: QNA

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