14 January 2013

Tunisia: Jebali Receives Speakers of Moroccan, Algerian and Egyptian Parliaments

Tunis — Caretaker Prime Minister Hamadi Jebali received, on Monday afternoon, in Dar Edhiafa in Carthage, speaker of Morocco's chamber of representatives Karim Ghellab, speaker of Egypt's Shura council Ahmed Fahmi and Speaker of Algeria's council of the nation Abdelkader Bensalah, respectively.

These talks provided the occasion to examine the evolution of Tunisia's co-operation relations with Morocco, Egypt and Algeria and identify means to strengthen these relations in the service of the mutual interests.

The Moroccan, Algerian and Egyptian parliaments' speakers are presently visiting Tunisia to take part in the festivities of the Tunisian people, on the occasion of the second anniversary of the Revolution.

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