20 December 2012

Tunisia: U.S. Ambassador Walles Reasserts His Country's Support to Democratic Transition, Creation of Jobs and Economic Opportunities in Tunisia

Tunis — A conference was held, on Thursday in Tunis, on the launch of the Middle East Partnership Initiative (MEPI) local alumni chapter in Tunisia. The event was attended by US Ambassador in Tunis Jacob Walles, Director of the Tunis Centre for Maghreb Studies (CEMAT) Laryssa Chomiak, MEPI deputy-Director Stephen Ibelli, as well as representatives of political parties, women's groups, civil society, college graduates and journalists...

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