Tunisia-Germany Parliamentary Friendship Group Meets

Tunis/Tunisia — Members of the Tunisia-Germany parliamentary friendship group stressed at their meeting Tuesday the need to hold a meeting with the German ambassador to Tunisia to discuss bilateral relations and develop an action plan for the next parliamentary session.

At the beginning of the session, the representative of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Migration and Tunisians Abroad in charge of relations with Germany, gave an overview of Germany's economic policy.

He welcomed the political, financial and logistical support provided by Germany to Tunisia, stating Germany's willingness to continue to support the Tunisian economy.

He recalled, in this context, that the number of German companies located in Tunisia is 260.

Members of the parliamentary friendship emphasised the importance of working within the framework of parliamentary diplomacy to strengthen bilateral relations and take advantage of the German experience in the fields of vocational training, digital economy and industry.

They also raised the issue of migration and Tunisian skilled workers in Germany.

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