Djibouti Seeking Tunisia's Support in Fields of Health and Higher Education

Kinshasa — Djibouti's President Ismaïl Omar Guelleh pointed out Saturday the importance of strengthening co-operation between his country and Tunisia, notably in the sectors of trade, health and higher education.

"Tunisia can contribute to promote the sectors of health and higher education in Djibouti in view of the skills at its disposal," he affirmed during his meeting in Kinshasa with Caretaker President Moncef Marzouki.

According to a statement released on Sunday by the Presidency of the Republic, the President of Djibouti also sought Tunisia's support to his country's candidacy for the post of UNESCO Director General.

The meeting took place on the sidelines of the President's attendance of the 14th Francophony Summit in Kinshasa.

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