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The Prime Minister meets with his Tunisian counterpart, sectoral meetings were held on the sidelines


The Prime Minister and Minister of Finance, Aïmene Benabderrahmane, held yesterday, Thursday,  bilateral talks with his Tunisian counterpart, Mrs. Najla Bouden, at the Government Palace in Tunis.

In parallel, bilateral sectoral meetings were held between the ministers accompanying Mr. Benabderrahmaneand their counterparts from the Tunisian government.

The meetings included the economic and trade cooperation sector and the development of border areas, which brought together the Minister of Trade and Export Promotion, Kamel Rezig, with the Tunisian Minister of Trade and Export Development, Fadila Al-Rabihi Ben Hamza, the Tunisian Minister of Economy and Planning Samir Said, and the Tunisian Minister of Health Ali Merabet.

In the field of energy and industrial cooperation, the meeting took place between the Ministers of Energy and Mines, Mohamed Arkab and Industry, Ahmed Zeghdar on the one hand, and the Tunisian Minister of Industry, Mines and Energy, Nayla Al-Kenji, on the other hand.

As for cooperation in the fields of transport and equipment, the meeting brought together from the Algerian side, Minister of Public Works, Kamel Nasseri, and from the Tunisian side, Minister of Transport Rabie Majidi, and Minister of Equipment and Housing Sarah Zaafarani Zanzari.

The Prime Minister, Minister of Finance, Aïmene Benabderrahmane, had arrived earlier in Tunisia on a one-day working visit, at the head of an important ministerial delegation.

He was received at Tunis-Carthage International Airport by Tunisian Prime Minister Najla Bouden, accompanied by Minister of Foreign Affairs, Immigration and Tunisians Abroad Othman Al-Jarandi.

This visit falls within the context of “preparing for important bilateral events, and constitute an assertion of the quality of Algerian-Tunisian relations and the strength of the brotherly bonds that unite the two sister countries and brotherly peoples, and an implementation of the common will of the two sides to move bilateral cooperation to high levels in order to achieve the two countries’ common aspirations in various fields,” according to a statement of the prime ministry’s services.

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