Foreign Minister Khémaies Jhinaoui led a Tunisian delegation to an emergency meeting in Cairo of the Arab League foreign ministers which was convened to discuss the Turkish offensive in northeastern Syria.
Foreign Affairs Minister Khemaies Jhinaoui met, on Tuesday in Nairobi, with Nairobi’s Tourism Minister Najib Balala. The meeting turned on ways to boost the tourism and trade relations between both countries, a Foreign Ministry press release issued on Wednesday reads.
Three memoranda of understanding (MoU) were inked on Monday in Nairobi by Tunisia and Kenya, covering the vocational training, employment, health and political consultation fields.
Minister of Foreign Affairs meets with Special Representative and Head of United Nations Support Mission in Libya
The latest developments in Libya and the efforts of the UN envoy to bridge the gap between the parties and revive the political process under the auspices of the United Nations, were at the centre of Foreign Minister Khemaies Jhinaoui's meeting
Tunisia has made significant progress in combating terrorism and intends to continue its efforts, particularly preventive action and to participate actively in relevant international and regional events, Foreign Minister Khemaies Jhinaoui said at a meeting Friday in New York
Foreign Minister Khemaies Jhinaoui highlighted at a meeting in New York with President of the 74th session of the UN General Assembly Tijjani Muhammad-Bande
Foreign Minister Khemaies Jhinaoui attended the 74th session of the UN General Assembly held on September 23-30 in New York, under the theme: "Galvanising multilateral efforts for poverty eradication, quality education, climate action and inclusion."
Foreign Minister Khemais Jhinaoui chaired, on Monday, the 7th Ministerial Meeting of the Coordination Committee for Afro-Arab Cooperation, in the presence of several Arab and African foreign ministers, Arab League Secretary-General
Foreign Affairs Minister Khemaies Jhinaoui met on Monday in New York with senior United Nations officials, on the occasion of the 74th session of the UN General Assembly (UNGA 74) held on September 23-30,
Minister of Foreign Affairs Khémais Jhinaoui met on Tuesday in Tunis with Cassem Uteem, Head of the Electoral Institute for Sustainable Democracy in Africa (EISA) election observer mission and former President of Mauritius.
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