Tunisia-Bahrain cooperation in security field looked at

The Tunisian-Bahraini security cooperation was at the centre of the talk that Interior Minister Hedi Majdoub had with his Bahraini counterpart, Sheikh Rashid bin Abdullah Al Khalifa, who is paying an official visit to Tunisia.

After the meeting, The Bahraini Minister said that his visit to Tunisia is part of the follow-up of the works of the Tunisian-Bahrain Joint Security Commission, stressing the solidity of bilateral relations.

He added that his visit to Tunisia is an important occasion for the examination and exchange of experiences in the security field, especially as the two brotherly countries were able to overcome the 2011 events and end the crises and the difficult conditions to achieve the security stability.

For his part, Hedi Majdoub said that relations between the two countries are experiencing a qualitative change since the visit paid in January 2016 by President Beji CaA�d Essebsi to the Kingdom of Bahrain.

The minister also specified that the role of the joint security commission created after the signing of a security agreement between the two countries in January 2016 revolves around the follow-up of cooperation on the level of the security situation.

Besides, Hedi Majdoub underlined the importance of strengthening the fields of cooperation and bilateral relations while continuing consultations on security, reviewing cooperation between the two ministries and means to strengthen them in the light of the development of the security issues of common interest.

The Bahraini Interior Minister takes part in the meeting of the 34th session of the Arab Interior Ministers Council to be held on April 5, 2017 in Tunis.

Source: TAP News Agency

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