4 July 2014

Tunisia: National Security Council Focuses On Security Situation, Counter-Terrorism Operations

Carthage — The security situation in the country and the assessment of anti-terrorism operations were under focus at the periodic meeting of the National Security Council held Friday at Carthage Palace.

Chaired by Caretaker President Moncef Marzouki, Supreme Commander of the Armed Forces, the meeting also discussed the developments in Libya and Iraq.

The meeting was attended by President of the National Constituent Assembly Mustapha Ben Jaafar and Interim Prime Minister Mehdi Jomaa.

The Ministers of Foreign Affairs, National Defence, Interior, Justice and Religious Affairs were also present along with the Minister Delegate in charge of National Security, military and security officers, the Director General of Customs and the Director General for Prisons and Rehabilitation.

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