Tunisia: Ras Jedir Border Post Reopened

Medenine — The border post of Ras Jedir was reopened on Tuesday on both sides after its closing since February 14 by Libyan authorities.

They had taken this decision on the 2nd anniversary of their Revolution on February 17.

Goods and passengers resumed traffic, Tap news agency local correspondent reports.

Closed for the same reasons, the border post of Dhiba-Wazen, in the southern city of Tataouine, was reopened on the night of Monday to Tuesday.

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