Italian Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, Luigi Di Maio will make an official visit to Tunisia on Monday "to exchange views on regional and international issues of mutual interest, notably developments in the situation in Libya."
Congo’s Minister for Foreign Affairs and Head of the African Union Ad Hoc High-Level Committee on Libya Jean-Claude Gakosso is on a working visit to Tunisia on Friday.
Intervenant dans un débat ouvert du Conseil de sécurité de l'ONU, la Tunisie appelle à l'activation de la Charte des Nations Unies
La Tunisie a participé, jeudi, au débat ouvert du Conseil de sécurité de l'ONU sur le "Maintien de la paix et de la sécurité et le respect de la Charte des Nations Unies",
A Tunisian-UN co-ordination meeting was held on Wednesday to review preparations on the ground under the joint contingency plan in anticipation of any massive human flow from Libya should the situation there deteriorate.
Tunisia, on Wednesday, officially started serving as non-permanent member of the UN Security Council for the period 2020-2021, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs said in a statement.
Secretary of State and Acting Minister of Foreign Affairs Sabri Bachtobji on Thursday and Friday held meetings with Undersecretary at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Philippines Sarah Lou Arriola and Chief of Presidential Protocol and Presidential Assistant on Foreign Affairs Robert Borje.
Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs and acting Minister of Foreign Affairs Sabri Bachtobji, on Monday, met UK government’s Envoy to the Commonwealth and Special Envoy for the UK-Africa Investment Summit 2020 Philip Parham, who was accompanied by the UK Ambassador to Tunisia.
International Human Rights Day: Tunisia reaffirms commitment to respect human rights in all its dimensions
Tunisia and other countries around the world are celebrating the 71st anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, whose adoption on this day in 1948 was a milestone in the contemporary history of humanity,
Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs and acting Foreign Minister Sabri Bachtobji reaffirmed the major importance that Tunisia attaches to the peaceful settlement of the Libyan crisis, in accordance with the process placed under the auspices of the United Nations.
Tunisia reiterates unwavering support for the Palestinian people in their fight to restore their legitimate rights, mainly the establishement of an independent State with Al-Quds as capital," said Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs and acting FM Sabri Bachtobji.
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
Tunisia pleasant living conditions
Tunisia's secular reputation for being a host and tolerant country is undoubtedly linked to its history engulfed by diverse civilizations that have succeeded one another over the centuries. Berber, Phoenician, Roman, Byzantine, Arabic, Turkish or French, as many civilizations have shaped the personality of Tunisians and have bequeathed to them, through the generations, not only the imprints of hospitality and tolerance...Read More
Tunisia talent pool
THE EDUCATION SYSTEM: A NATIONAL FLAGSHIP: A pioneer in this field in the MENA region, Tunisia has always assigned a place of prominence to education,as a unique tool for adaptability and employability.The free nature of the education system in Tunisia, its quality and its accessibility resulted in the following :Read More
Tunisia economic openness
Being among the most competitive economies in Africa and the Arab world, the Tunisian economy offers businesses an environment of higher quality than those found in main competing countries.Read More
Tunisia favourable business environment
Tunisia is a valuable destination for foreign investment thanks to the multitude of incentives and benefits it offers. Foreign companies can benefit from multiple tax and financial incentives including:Read More
Tunisia successful political transition
The year 2014 was marked in Tunisia by a further step towards democracy with the adoption of a new Constitution which resulted in the organisation of successful parliamentary and presidential elections. The formation of a new coalition government in February 2015 is a historic coronation for the country.Read More