Al-Menfi and Saied reaffirm their mutual desire for a solidarity-based strategic alliance
Head of the Presidential Council and the president of Tunisia hold a press joint press conference to address joint cooperation between the two nations moving forward
In a joint press conference with Tunisian President Kais Saied, the Head of the Presidential Council, Mohamed Al-Manfi, addressed the growth of the two countries’ relationship to the level of a strategic partnership in solidarity between the two neighbouring nations.
Al- Manfi’s Information Office, in collaboration with Saied, expressed the success of the two countries’ cooperation and integration relations, as well as the opportunities for their support and development, as well as the challenges they confront in advancing them.
The parties acknowledged their progress in realizing the goals of the two kindred peoples and cooperating on topics of mutual interest, most notably the execution of the instruments for joint Moroccan action, as the Information Office said.
Both sides discussed the need of enhancing cultural and scientific collaboration and knowledge exchange between the two countries, as well as the role of science and culture in each.
The Head of the Council and the President of Tunisia addressed the state of the two nations’ inhabitants, the challenges they face, and possible solutions.
Al-Manf and Saied emphasized the significance of consolidating security cooperation and stepping up collaborative efforts to guarantee regional stability and confront the conditions and forces that feed violence and terrorism.
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