Tunisians living in Guinea call for repatriation of Tunisian young woman imprisonned in Guinea since 2014 | Tunisia News Gazette

Tunisians living in Guinea call for repatriation of Tunisian young woman imprisonned in Guinea since 2014

Tunisians living in Guinea called the Tunisian authorities to intervene quickly to free and repatriate the young Tunisian woman imprisoned in Guinea since 2014, for a drug trafficking case.

During a meeting held on Tuesday in Conakry, Guinea, with Ministers of Transport and of Industry and Trade Anis Ghedira and Zied Ladhari, they expressed their dismay at the nonchalance of the Tunisian embassy to Guinea, With residence in Dakar (Senegal) and the Tunisian Foreign Ministry as regards the case of the 28-year-old Tunisian citizen, whose physical and psychological health state has deteriorated.

They also called the authorities to guarantee the return of this citizen, estimating that she should be tried before the Tunisian courts.

They also criticised the lack of diplomatic representation in Guinea, referring to the difficulties encountered particularly in renewing their residence cards and passports.

Tunisia, represented by 84 embassies in the world, has only 8 diplomatic representations in Africa.

More than 70 Tunisians working in oil, agriculture, communication and trade sectors live in Guinea.

Source: TAP news Agency

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