Guinea's PM calls on businessmen to draw onTunis/Guinea air route to strengthen bilateral relations | Tunisia News Gazette

Guinea’s PM calls on businessmen to draw onTunis/Guinea air route to strengthen bilateral relations

Guinea’s Prime Minister Mamady Youla called on all of his country’s economic players and businessmen to make the most of the new Tunisia/Guinea air route so as to strengthen the relations and economic exchanges between the two countries.

Speaking on Tuesday in Conakry (Guinea) during the Tunisian-Guinean Economic forum held in co-operation with the Tunisia-Africa Business Council and the Guinean Agency for the Promotion of Private Investment, he called for supporting Tunisian investors wishing to invest in Guinea.

He further recommended stakeholders to overcome the difficulties halting the development of partnership relations between the two countries, reiterating the Guinean government and authorities’ willingness to support Tunisia’s position in order to meet the challenges facing both countries.

He also reviewed the opportunities and wealth of the African continent that has all the necessary tools to achieve economic development in the coming 50 years.

Tunisia plays a crucial role in using its capacities while preserving the continent’s cultural and social features and in accordance with the universal human values.

The Tunisian-Guinean Economic Forum is held on the sidelines of the launch of Tunisair’s first flight to Conakry, attended by 50 Tunisian and Guinean businessmen.

Source: TAP News Agency

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