13 December 2012

Tunisia: Economic, Social and Cultural Integration Prospects Between Nation and Morocco Looked At

Carthage — The economic, social and cultural integration prospects between Tunisia and Morocco were the focus of President of the Republic Moncef Marzouki's talk with Morocco's Ambassador in Tunis Najib Zerouali Ouariti.

The meeting provided the occasion to review the friendship and bilateral co-operation relations and means to strengthen them, highlighting the prospects of economic, social and cultural integration between Tunisia and Morocco in the service of the two countries and the Arab Maghreb region's interests.

The meeting, according to a Presidency of the Republic's statement, was an occasion to discuss means to implement recommendations of the 9th Forum for the Future, which had been hosted by Tunisia on December 11-13, 2012.

For his part Morocco's Ambassador commended the two countries' political will to develop the Arab Maghreb project which "represents a hope for all peoples of the region and a strategic necessity in light of the changes and present challenges," he said.

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