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Caid Essebsi receives participants of Pan-Arab/Maghreb congresses on Military Medicine

President Beji Caid Essebsi received on Friday at Carthage Palace Major General Surgeon Roger Van Hoof, Secretary-General of the International Committee of Military Medicine (ICMM), General Doctor Mouin Habchana, President of the Arab Labour Group and General Doctor Ben Jalloul Abdelkader, President of the Maghreb Group.

This delegation is currently participating in the both Arab and Maghreb congresses on Military Medicine, held in Hammamet (May 3-5) under patronage of President of the Republic, Supreme Commander of Armed Forces.

Caid Essebsi highlighted during the meeting the interest granted by Tunisia to regional and international co-operation since its adherence to the ICMM in 1959 through the holding of several international scientific events to exchange experience and expertise in terms of military medicine.

In this respect, Caid Essebsi hailed the significant progress achieved by Tunisia in this field, a Presidency of the Republic statement reads.

The meeting was held in the presence of Defence Minister Abdelkrim Zbidi.

Some 450 doctors, dentists, pharmacists, veterinarians and paramedical staff are among servicemen and civilians participating in the 5th ICMM Pan-Arab Congress Military Medicine and 5th Maghrebian Congress on Military Medicine.

These participants are from Tunisia and 18 brotherly and friendly countries including Algeria, Morocco, Jordan, Saudi Arabia, Germany, France, Belgium and Turkey.

Source: TAP News Agency

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Caid Essebsi receives participants of Pan-Arab/Maghreb congresses on Military Medicine

President Beji Caid Essebsi received on Friday at Carthage Palace Major General Surgeon Roger Van Hoof, Secretary-General of the International Committee of Military Medicine (ICMM), General Doctor Mouin Habchana, President of the Arab Labour Group and General Doctor Ben Jalloul Abdelkader, President of the Maghreb Group.

This delegation is currently participating in the both Arab and Maghreb congresses on Military Medicine, held in Hammamet (May 3-5) under patronage of President of the Republic, Supreme Commander of Armed Forces.

Caid Essebsi highlighted during the meeting the interest granted by Tunisia to regional and international co-operation since its adherence to the ICMM in 1959 through the holding of several international scientific events to exchange experience and expertise in terms of military medicine.

In this respect, Caid Essebsi hailed the significant progress achieved by Tunisia in this field, a Presidency of the Republic statement reads.

The meeting was held in the presence of Defence Minister Abdelkrim Zbidi.

Some 450 doctors, dentists, pharmacists, veterinarians and paramedical staff are among servicemen and civilians participating in the 5th ICMM Pan-Arab Congress Military Medicine and 5th Maghrebian Congress on Military Medicine.

These participants are from Tunisia and 18 brotherly and friendly countries including Algeria, Morocco, Jordan, Saudi Arabia, Germany, France, Belgium and Turkey.

Source: TAP News Agency

Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs Sabri Bachtobji called on the international community to shoulder
Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs Sabri Bachtobji called on the international community to shoulder
The security and military situation in the country, notably in border regions were the focus
The amendments made to the draft organic law amending the organic law on the fight
The Vocational training and Employment Ministry announced on Thursday in a press release that the