The President of the Republic, Abdelmadjid Tebboune, stressed, today, Wednesday, in Tunis, the need to strengthen the legal framework for regulating bilateral relations between Algeria and Tunisia, with the aim of strengthening cooperation and economic integration between the two countries.
The President of the Republic made it clear during a joint press conference with Tunisian President Kais Saied, on the sidelines of his visit to Tunisia, that his talks with his Tunisian counterpart focused on ways to enhance bilateral cooperation and economic integration between the two countries.
The President of the Republic said that there is a “strategic orientation to exploit the elements of rapprochement between the two countries,” referring to the “important number of cooperation agreements” that were signed during this visit.
During this visit, 27 cooperation agreements were signed, relating to several sectors such as justice, the interior and local authorities, energy and mines, small and medium size enterprises and and startups, pharmaceutical industries, environment, religious affairs, education and vocational training, fishing, IT and culture.
It is worth noting that the President of the Republic arrived in the capital, Tunis, earlier today, as part of a two-day state visit, at the invitation of his brother, President Kais Saied.