1 April 2014

Tunisia: Marzouki Requests Belgium to Cancel Tunisian Debts or Convert Them Into Investment Projects

Brussels — Caretaker President of the Republic Moncef Marzouki requested the Belgian government to cancel the Tunisian debts or convert them in investment projects.

During a meeting, Tuesday in Brussels, with president of the Belgian Chamber of Representatives André Flahaut and President of the Belgian Senate Sabine de Bethune, Marzouki requested the cancellation of all the Tunisian debts or by converting a portion into investment projects to consecrate the spirit of co-operation and solidarity between the two countries.

Interim President of the Republic Moncef Marzouki visited, Tuesday, Brussels to take part in the works of the 4th EU-Africa Summit.

Placed on the theme "Investing in People, Prosperity and Peace", this summit will take place on April 2-3 in the Belgian capital.

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