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Prospects for inter-Maghreb cooperation and means to vitalise AMU institutions discussed

Minister of Foreign Affairs KhemaA�s Jhinaoui received, Thursday in Tunis, ambassador of Morocco in Tunis, Latifa Akherbech.

According to a statement of the department, the meeting was an occasion to examine the evolution of Tunisian-Moroccan relations on the bilateral and multilateral level and means to develop them in all fields.

The meeting also discussed the upcoming bilateral events as well as the various items on the agenda of the next meeting of the 5 + 5 Dialogue countries scheduled for January 21, 2018 in Algiers.

The meeting also allowed to discuss the prospects for inter-Maghreb cooperation and means to vitalise the institutions of the Arab Maghreb Union (AMU).

On this occasion, Jhinaoui reaffirmed “Tunisia’s commitment to the Arab Maghreb Union, as a strategic choice to strengthen Maghreb cooperation and integration.

While commending the close historical ties between Tunisia and Morocco, the Tunisian FM stressed the need to seize all available opportunities to develop the different areas of bilateral cooperation, particularly in the economic field.

KhemaA�es Jhinaoui also emphasised the imperative of strengthening the coordination and consultation links between the two countries, in order to face the challenges that arise at the regional and international levels.

For her part, ambassador of Morocco in Tunis reaffirmed her country’s will to boost relations with Tunisia and strengthen the bonds of fraternity and cooperation between the two countries.

Source: TAP News Agency

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