18 January 2013

Tunisia: Nation, Central Africa - Will to Boost Bilateral Co-Operation

Tunis — The development of relations of co- operation between Tunisia and the Central African Republic was the focus of talks held on Friday morning by interim Prime Minister Hamadi Jebali and the Ambassador of the Central African Republic to the Maghreb Nimaga Ismailla.

In a statement to TAP news agency at the end of the meeting, Ismailla highlighted the support of the Central African people and government to the democratic transition process in Tunisia.

The Prime Ministry communication department reports that the stress was put on the will of the Central African Republic to establish strong bases for co-operation, notably through setting up a joint committee and establishing an air link to boost trade exchanges between the two countries.

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