Al-Mangoush working with Tunisian counterpart to discuss joint cooperation and political developments

In another positive turn for Tunisian-Libyan relations, the two countries' foreign minister hold talks to discuss recent developments and growing cooperation between the friendly countries

Last month, Tunisia’s Prime Minister paid an official visit to Libya and stated that the meetings with Libyan counterparts and agreements made was a success and will prove fruitful for both nations. [Photo: MoFA]
Libya’s Foreign Minister, Najla Al-Mangoush, spoke via phone with her Tunisian counterpart, Othman Jerandi, to discuss bilateral relations and the current political developments.

The two Ministers reviewed plans for a meeting of the Tunisian-Libyan Joint Higher Commission to strengthen bilateral relations in all sectors.

According to a statement released by the Tunisian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Al-Jarandi reaffirmed Tunisia’s support for Libya’s political course, applauding the present momentum in Tunisian-Libyan relations.

The talks are part of a process in which the two countries coordinate their stances on a variety of regional and international issues of mutual concern.

Last month, Libyan Prime Minister Abdelhamid Dbaiba met with his Tunisian counterpart, Hichem Mechichi, in Tripoli, Libya, and signed a deal on mutual commerce and free movement.

The agreement also calls for technical collaboration in areas such as land, sea, and air transportation, as well as the activation of joint commissions on land and marine transportation.

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