Emmanuel Macron expected Wednesday in Tunis for state visit | Tunisia News Gazette

Emmanuel Macron expected Wednesday in Tunis for state visit

French President Emmanuel Marcon is expected Wednesday in Tunis for a two-day state visit, at the invitation of his Tunisian counterpart Beji CaA�d Essebsi.

The visit reflects the desire that drives the two countries to foster bilateral co-operation and diversify its areas, the Presidency said in a press release Tuesday.

It also comes to perpetuate the tradition of political consultation between the two countries around issues of common interest.

Macron, who is making his first visit to Tunisia since he took office as president in May 2017, will have meetings with President Beji CaA�d Essebsi, Prime Minister Youssef Chahed and Speaker of the House of People’s Representatives (HPR) Mohamed Ennaceur.

The French president’s visit will be punctuated by the signing of a series of co-operation agreements in priority areas, the same source said.

Emmanuel Macron will take part with Prime Minister Youssef Chahed in the Tunisian-French Business Forum.

It is business meeting, organised by the Tunisian-French Chamber of Commerce and Industry (CTFCI) and the Foreign Trade Advisers of France.

On February 1, French President Emmanuel Macron will deliver a speech at an extraordinary plenary session at the House of People’s Representatives.

The French president will be accompanied by many personalities including ministers, parliamentarians, academics and business and media people, reads the same statement.

Source: TAP News Agency

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