7 November 2012

Tunisia: Marzouki Congratulates Obama On His Re-Election As U.S. President

Photo: Scout Tufankjian/Obama for America
President Barack Obama and Governor Mitt Romney at the second presidential debate.

Carthage — Caretaker President Moncef Marzouki congratulated Barack Obama on his re-election for a second term as President of the United States of America.

In a message sent to the newly re-elected President, Marzouki also congratulated his US counterpart on the renewed confidence placed by the American people in his policy.

He also highlighted the strong relations binding the two countries, which, he said, "were further strengthened after the Revolution of freedom and dignity in Tunisia."

In his message, the Tunisian President said he was confident Obama's new term will give a fresh impetus to the Tunisian-American relations and hoist them to the level of "strategic partnership."

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