13 January 2012 10:58 am | | 2


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Prime Minister Hamadi Jebali

Tunisian Prime Minister Hamadi Jebali received an official invitation to visit Saudi Arabia yesterday from the ambassador of Saudi Arabia to Tunisia, Al-Khaled Ben Moussaed Angara.

The meeting provided an opportunity for the Saudi diplomat to convey the congratulations of King Abdullah Bin Abdulaziz to Hamadi Jebali on his appointment as the head of government in Tunisia.
Aida Kelibi, an official from the prime minister’s office, said that the invitation is meant to reinforce ties between the two countries.
“No final date have been set yet for the visit and it is mainly a friendly visit to enhance the bilateral relations,” stated Kelibi.
“The date will be set when Jebali responds to the invitiation,” she added.
According to Kelibi, the issue of ousted president Zine El-Abidine Ben Ali’s extradition from Saudi Arabia, where he has lived in exile since the revolution, will not be discussed during the visit.
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  1. Afif says:

    In another words, he gets to smell the scent of Ben Ali’s sweat,but he does not get to see him!!

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