Body of Tunisian engineer killed in Cameroon repatriated | Tunisia News Gazette

Body of Tunisian engineer killed in Cameroon repatriated

The body of Tunisian engineer Khaled Tinsa, killed in Cameroon on March 20 after his abduction by an armed group, was flown Sunday to Tunis.

Foreign Minister Khemaies Jhinaoui denounced the murder and offered condolences to the family of the deceased who was a staff member of a Tunisian company working on a road project in Cameroon.

The Tunisian government monitored the situation, in coordination with Cameroonian authorities, soon after two Tunisian nationals were kidnapped on March 15, Jhinaoui said. There is determination to defend the rights of the late engineer and his family as he was the guest of the Cameroonian government, along with the company, and consequently under their protection.

The repatriation ceremony was also attended by Minister of Public Works, Housing and Spatial Planning Mohamed Salah Arfaoui, representatives of Cameroon’s embassy in Tunis and members of the family of the deceased.

An armed group kidnapped on March 15 staff members Khaled Tinsa and Mehrez Aouadi in southwest Cameroon.

Aouadi, the survivor of the hostage crisis, arrived on Sunday morning to Tunis- Carthage airport.

Source: TAP News Agency

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