The Tunisian Embassy and Shubbak Festival organised a reception on 29th June 2019 at the Southbank Centre in London to celebrate the participation of...
The event was attended by Ambassador Nabil Ben Khedher and his spouse, the Festival Artistic Director Eckhard Thiemann and three of the Tunisian artists -Hela Ammar (Visual Art) Mohamed Toukabri (Choreography), and Claire Ben Hassine (Cinema)- as well as many friends of Tunisia and lovers of Arab...
ٍٍVisit to Rutherford Appleton Laboratory
Ambassador Nabil Ben Khedher paid a visit on 28th June 2019 to Rutherford Appleton Laboratory in Oxfordshire where he was received by Professor Robert...
producing beams of neutrons and muons that allow scientists to study the properties of materials at the atomic level.
The facility which is part of the Rutherford Appleton Laboratory, supports a national and international community of more than 2000 scientists who use neutrons for research in...
Seminar on the history of Carthage
ATUGE-UK and the British Tunisian Society organised a talk about the history of Carthage at Cass Business School on Friday 14th June 2019. The event...
British Ambassador in Tunis Louise de Souza, BTS President Robin Kealy and ATUGE President Aous Labbane.
The two speakers Henry Hurst, Emeritus Reader in Classics at Cambridge University, and Abdelaziz Belkhodja, a Tunisian passionate writer and publisher who wrote extensively about Carthage, shed...
Visit to Addfield Environmental Systems
As part of his visit to "Midlands Engine" organised by the Department of International Trade-DIT Midlands office, Ambassador Nabil Ben Khedher visited...
, a mid-size business based in Staffordshire specialised in the design and manufacturing of thermal treatment industry equipment.
The purpose of the visit was to learn more about the export journey of this award winning company that provides machines to over 95 countries. It provided the opportunity...
The official birthday of HM Queen Elizabeth II
A spectacular ceremony « Trooping the Colour » took place today at Horse Guards Parade to mark the official birthday of HM Queen Elizabeth II.
Tunisian Ambassador Nabil Ben Khedher and other Heads of Diplomatic Missions accredited to the Court of St James attended this special event which saw over 1400 parading soldiers, 300 horses and 400 musicians taking part in this great display of military precision, horsemanship and fanfare.
Meeting of Ambassador Nabil Ben Khedher with Dr Andrew Murrison, Minister of State for the Middle East and North Africa at the Foreign & Commonwealth Office
The meeting was an opportunity to highlight the good momentum in Tunisia-UK relations and to acknowledge the continuous progress of our bilateral...
Ambassador Ben Khedher highighted the challenges facing Tunisia as a young democracy in a difficult regional context and the current actions and reforms implemented by the government to consolidate the democratic process, revive the economy and create jobs.
The meeting provided also the...
Ambassador Nabil Ben Khedher paid a visit on 28th June 2019 to Rutherford Appleton Laboratory in Oxfordshire where he was received by Professor Robert Mc Greevy, Director of the "ISIS Neutron and Muon Source", a world-class particle accelerator facility,
A group of over 30 students and a joining professor from the Higher School of Communications "SUP'COM" Tunis attended a reception hosted by the Embassy on 13th June 2019.
As part of his visit to "Midlands Engine" organised by the Department of International Trade-DIT Midlands office, Ambassador Nabil Ben Khedher visited "Addfield Environmental Systems"
Meeting of Ambassador Nabil Ben Khedher with Mrs Courtney Fingar, Editor-in-chief of "FDI Magazine", the Financial Times world leading publication for corporate decision-makers and crossborder investment professionals
Ambassador Nabil Ben Khedher paid a visit to "Surrey Business School-SBS" on 15th May 2019, where he met Prof Graham Miller, Executive Dean, Prof. Marco Mongiello, Dean International, and Dr. Zeineb Cox,
It is with great pleasure that the Embassy announces the publication of the first issue of its bimonthly newsletter which is intended to provide an update on the Tunisian-British
Mr. Rene Trabelsi, Minister of Tourism and Handicraft, paid a working visit to London on 8-9 April 2019. During his visit, Minister Trabelsi met with senior managers of "Thomas Cook" and "TUI",
Meeting of Ambassador Nabil Ben Khedher with Mr. Yacine Amor, Managing Director of "The Artisan Olive Oil Company Ltd", a fine food and mediterranean specialities distributor based in London.
Meeting of Ambassador Nabil Ben Khedher with Mr George Kouvalis, General Manager of "London International Olive Oil Competitions (OOIC)", to discuss the best ways and means to introduce Tunisian olive oil to the UK market.
Tunisia/ UK: Minister Slim Khalbous meets members of the British Government and discusses ways of promoting bilateral cooperation in the field of higher education
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Tunisia in a Nutshell
of many people, Tunisia presents itself as an excellent example of a Mediterranean country that is also part of the Arab and African world due to the dynamism of its society. It is also a country that marvellously combines tradition and modernity. Finally, Tunisia is a country which succeeds in combining its own indefinable charm with other, European-like qualities.Read More
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