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    UAE Confirms its Support to Tunisia

    By Ahmed Medien | Jul 6 2011 Share on Linkedin Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google Share on pinterest Print

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    Tunisina PM with Emirati President- Photo by Gulf Today

    Touring in the Gulf states,  the Prime Minister of the Interim government, Mr Beji Caed Essebsi, gathered with ,   Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, President of the United Arab Emirates, in Al_Ain (UAE).


    The president of the UEA praised the strength and the brotherly bonds that tie Tunisia to the UEA, and expressed his respect and appreciation to the Tunisian “Jasmine Revolution” and the choice made by the Tunisian people.

    He also stressed the complete readiness of his country to help Tunisia through its democratic transition through tight collaborations and investments and aid support from the UAE.

    PM Beji Caed Essebi, from his part, expressed deep satisfaction about the Tunisian-Emirati strategic professional and financial relationships and collaborations.

    The Tunisian PM also met with the Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi, Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan. Both leaders discussed the future of Tunisia and addressed possible future investments and collaborations between the two countries.

    It is reported that PM Beji Caed Essebsi was in Qatar and is projecting to travel to Kuwait next during a four-day tour in the Arab gulf.


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