14 October 2012

Chad Seeking to Boost Cooperation With Tunisia in Matters of Health and Higher Education

Kinshasa — "Chad needs to promote its cooperation with Tunisia in the fields of health and higher education," said on Saturday Chad Prime Minister Emmanuel Nadingar.

"Tunisia's experience in these fields deserves all respect," he said during his meeting in Kinshasa with Caretaker President Moncef Marzouki, adding that his country will raise the number of its students in Tunisian universities and take advantage of Tunisian medical skills to meet the needs of its hospitals.

A statement released on Sunday by the Presidency of the Republic also says that this meeting had allowed as well to look at means to boost bilateral co-operation in the economic field since "the amount of trade exchanges remains beyond expectations."

This meeting took place asides from the President's attendance of the 14th Francophony Summit in Kinshasa.

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