Tunis — Iraq's Culture Minister Saadoun Dlimi reminded, during a meeting he had on Monday with Foreign Minister Rafik Abdessalem, that the Tunisian-Iraqi Joint Commission which started, on Monday in Tunis, works of its 15th session was held for the first time since 2003, expressing hope that these works would contribute to developing bilateral co-operation in all fields.
Tunisia-Iraq - Developing Promising Prospects for Bilateral Co-Operation
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