28 January 2013

Tunisia-Ethiopia-AU - Marzouki Calls for Real African Partnership

Addis Ababa — Caretaker President Moncef Marzouki stressed the need to boost Pan-African co-operation to face up to world groupings.

At his meeting on Monday with Ethiopian Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn, on the sidelines of the 20th African Union Summit, the President called for working out a real African partnership likely to achieve economic complementarity.

Both sides reviewed means to strengthen bilateral relations, particularly in the economic field, and boost joint ventures.

The Ethiopian PM highlighted in turn the need to reinforce economic complementarity between the two countries, through increasing investments, and urged Tunisian businessmen to invest in Ethiopia in all fields and especially in the agricultural field.

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