Algeria/Tunisia: Issuance of a joint postage stamp to glorifying the deep bilateral relations

The Minister of Post and Telecommunications Karim Bibi Triki, accompanied by the Tunisian Ambassador to Algeria, Ramadan Fayed, supervised, yesterday, Thursday, in Algiers, the issuance of a joint postage stamp glorifying the “deep and strategic” relations that unite the two sister countries.

During a speech he delivered on this occasion at the headquarters of the Tunisian embassy, ​​Bibi Triki indicated that this stamp, which includes a drawing of Medjerda River that stems from Souk Ahras and flows into the Gulf of Tunis in the Mediterranean Sea, and stretches over 450 kms, reflects the “depth and distinction” of the “strategic” relations that unite the peoples of the two sisterly countries.

For his part, Al-Fayed praised the “solid” relations between the two sister countries, recalling that this stamp is the second of its kind after the one issued in 2008 on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the painful events of Sakiet Sidi Youcef.

The stamp was issued in implementation of the recommendations of the third session of the Algerian-Tunisian Mixed Technical Committee for Cooperation in the Field of Postal and Information and Communication Technologies, held on January 26 and 27, 2019 in Algiers, especially those presented by the working group in charge of cooperation between Algiers Post and Tunisian Post regarding the issuance of a postage stamp to recall the brotherly relations between the peoples of the two countries.

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