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21 co-operation agreements inked during 5th Tunisian-Guinean Joint Commission works

Foreign Affairs Minister Khemaies Jhinaoui co-chaired on Tuesday in Tunis with his Guinean counterpart Mamadi Toure the 5th Tunisian-Guinean Joint Commission.

This session, held for the first time since 2002, was crowned by the inking of 21 co-operation agreements in several fields including higher education, health, tourism, information and communication technologies, transport and scientific research.

This meeting reflects the special dynamic marking the bilateral relations, Jhinaoui said in a statement made at the end of this commission’s works.

The Tunisian diplomacy decided to further orient toward African countries including Guinea so as to relaunch bilateral and multilateral co-operation and to diversify its fields, he pointed out.

The launch of a direct Tunis-Conakry flight in 2017 reflects the joint will to strengthen co-operation and revive Tunisian-Guinean diplomatic relations, he added.

According to him, the works of this commission have led to conclusive outcomes given the significant number of agreements inked between both countries.

In turn, Toure expressed satisfaction at the works of this commission, affirming returning satisfied given the important number of inked agreements between both countries.

The outcomes of the joint commission clearly reflect the commitment of both heads of state and prime ministers to put a new impetus to the co-operation between Tunisia and Guinea, Toure indicated.

The Guinea minister, who also hailed Tunisia’s choice to open up to Sub-Saharan Africa, estimated that the number and diversity of the concluded agreements have helped maintain confidence in the future of relations between both countries.

Toure pledged to make use of all the follow-up mechanisms concluded with the Tunisian side so as to ensure the implementation of the different agreements.

Mamadi Toure is currently paying a four-day working visit to Tunisia (February 18-21) at the invitation of his Tunisian opposite number Khemaies Jhinaoui.

Source: TAP News Agency

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