21 agreements signed as 5th Tunisian-Guinean Joint Commission meeting wraps up | Tunisia News Gazette

21 agreements signed as 5th Tunisian-Guinean Joint Commission meeting wraps up

The 5th Tunisian-Guinean Joint Commission co-chaired, on Tuesday, by Foreign Minister Khemaies Jhinaoui and his Guinean counterpart Mamady Toure concluded with the signing of 21 co-operation agreements.

The agreements inked are:

1. Memorandum of Understanding for the establishment of political and diplomatic consultations between both foreign ministries

2. Framework agreement on military co-operation in the training, technical and scientific co-operation fields

3. Framework co-operation agreement in communication technologies

4. Memorandum of Co-operation (MoC) in the education field

5. MoC in the social affairs field

6. MoU to promote women, family, child and elderly

7. MoU in vocational and technical training

8. MoU in religious affairs

9. MoU on youth

10. MoC in postal services and ICT

11. Co-operation agreement in technology and industrial development field

12. Executive co-operation programme in the arts and culture fields 2018-2020.

13. MoU in sports field

14. MoU in mining and geology

15. Agreement in international road transport of individuals and goods

16. Co-operation agreement in water resources

17. Co-operation agreement in animal resources

18. Co-operation agreement in the agricultural field

19. Co-operation agreement in the water field

20. Partnership agreement between the Export Promotion Centre (CEPEX) and the Guinean Agency for Export Promotion (Aguipex)

21. Co-operation agreement between the Agency for the Promotion of Industry and Innovation (APII) and Guinea’s Agency for the Promotion of Private Investment (APIP).

Source: TAP News Agency

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