Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, Salma Enneifer, met on Thursday in Tunis, with Hungary's ambassador to Tunis Márton Károlyi.
Foreign Minister Noureddine Erray and his French counterpart Jean-Yves Le Drian stressed at a phone conversation on Tuesday the need for a greater surge of international solidarity to deal with the consequences of the coronavirus (COVID-19)
Minister of Foreign Affairs Noureddine Erray, on Saturday, had a telephone call with Oman's Minister Responsible for Foreign Affairs Youssef Al-Alaw
Saudi Arabia is ready to facilitate the repatriation of stranded Tunisian nationals, said Minister of Foreign Affairs Faisal bin Farhan Al Saud.
Minister of Foreign Affairs Noureddine Erray, on Friday, received Hungarian ambassador to Tunisia Marton Karolyi, at the headquarters of the department.
Foreign Minister Noureddine Erray met, on Thursday in Tunis, with Ukrainian ambassador to Tunisia Nahornyi Mykola.
Ongoing efforts to repatriate Tunisian nationals stranded in several countries were at the heart of a meeting held Wednesday, under chairmanship of Foreign Affairs Minister Noureddine Erray.
Minister of Foreign Affairs Noureddine Erray, on Thursday, received a phone call from Foreign Secretary of the United Kingdom Dominic Rapp, focusing on the Tunisia-UK friendship and cooperative relations and the shared will to further expand them
Erray/Qatari counterpart phone conversation Efforts exerted to contain coronavirus pandemic and mitigate its consequences, reviewed
Foreign Minister Noureddine Erray had a telephone conversation on Sunday with his Qatari counterpart Mohamed Ben Abderrahmane Al-Thani.
The strong relations of brotherhood and mutual support between Tunisia and Algeria as well as the joint efforts aimed to combat the new coronavirus and reduce its health and economic fall-out, were at heart
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