FM holds telephone conversations with his Hungarian and Polish counterparts | Tunisia News Gazette

FM holds telephone conversations with his Hungarian and Polish counterparts

Minister of Foreign Affairs Khemaies Jhinaoui, on Tuesday, discussed over the phone with his Hungarian counterpart Peter Szijjarto and Polish opposite number Jacek Czaputowicz ways to strengthen bilateral and multilateral relations in all areas the Ministry said in a press release.

Jhinaoui emphasised in these talks the importance of seeing the EU stand alongside Tunisia “in this sensitive phase of the democratic transition” and “to avoid any obstacle to the national unity government to meet the conditions of economic transition and address urgent socio-economic challenges, “the statement said.

With his Hungarian counterpart, the Minister of Foreign Affairs examined the mechanisms to increase the financing line granted by the Budapest Government to the Hungarian Export Bank (Exim Bank) from Euros 60.3 million to Euros 255 million to facilitate export operations between the two countries and financing of Tunisian-Hungarian enterprises.

Jhinaoui and his Hungarian counterpart also spoke about the results of the visit made by Peter Szijjarto to Tunisia on April 24, 2017 and ways to strengthen the bilateral and multilateral relations in the framework of the European Union and the VisegrA�d group which includes Hungary, Poland, Czech Republic and Slovakia.

The Jhinaoui-Czaputowicz talks focused on the preparations for the Tunisian-Polish joint commission in the coming months and the implementation of the agreements reached between the two countries during the Polish FM’s visit to Tunisia in November 27, 2017, said the source.

Source: TAP news Agency

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