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Agreements inked in Medenine with French Union of Very Small Enterprises

Several investment agreements in the industry, tourism and communication technologies fields were inked during a recent visit of a delegation from the French Union of Very Small Enterprises (FTPE) and the Salon de la Tunisie en France to the governorate of Medenine.

These include an agreement to support the region’s vocational training system by building the capacity of trainers through training sessions in France.

An agreement was also signed between President of the Regional Union of Industry, Trade and Handicrafts in Médenine (URICA) Fethi Bekalti and the FTPE President Jean-Mathieu Delacourt, under which each side undertakes to support investors and entrepreneurs from both countries, and to monitor the implementation of cooperation in the public and private vocational training sector.

Bekalti described the visit as “very fruitful,” in view of its very positive results, adding that the URICA undertakes to provide all the necesary means to achieve the expected success.

Medenine Governor Said Ben Zayed
indicated for his part, that this visit is part of the sectoral partnerships that the governorate of Médenine is seeking to establish, adding that it was an opportunity to outline to the French delegation the region’s potential and opportunities, notably in terms of its tourist and industrial hubs.

Delacourt voiced satisfaction at the fruitful results of this visit, notably with regard to the cooperation agreements signed with Tunisia.

The French delegation comprised 30 entrepreneurs and business leaders.

Source: Agence Tunis Afrique Presse