Tunisia and Algeria to “Create a New Inclusive Regional Space”

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Tunisian and Algerian Presidents Kais Saied and Abdelmadjid Tebboune agreed to “create a new comprehensive regional space” to confront the challenges of the day.

The two presidents spoke in a joint statement, issued Thursday by the Tunisian presidency, following the state visit paid by Algerian President Abdelmadjid Tebboune to Tunis.

“Taking into account the lessons learned from past experiences and considering the achievements of the relations between the two countries, the two presidents agreed on the importance of adopting an ambitious vision aimed at creating a new comprehensive and integrated regional space, based on shared values, in order to provide coordinated and effective responses to security, economic and health challenges and to all current and future developments At the regional and international levels,” notes a press release issued by the Tunisian presidency.

Abdelmadjid Tebboune arrived in Tunis on Wednesday morning at the invitation of his counterpart Kais Saied.

This is the first official visit of an Algerian head of state abroad, since he was elected president in December 2019.

According to the same document, “the two presidents affirmed their intention to consult on a permanent basis at the bilateral and multilateral levels in order to achieve the desired goals and take the necessary measures to achieve them on the ground.”

The same source adds that the important talks between the two heads of state “made it possible to reach a complete consensus on evaluating the level of cooperation and partnership relations between the two countries.”

In this sense, the two men reaffirmed, and underlined in the same document, their “joint desire to advance these relations in all areas at the highest level, opening up broader and more welcoming horizons.”

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To this end, Abdelmadjid Tebboune and Kais Saied read in the same press release, “the need to adopt a different approach from the traditional frameworks of partnership between the two countries in order to move towards integration, solidarity and integrated development.”

“In this regard, they welcomed the strengthening of the legal framework through the signing of a large number of agreements that would expand and strengthen the areas of cooperation and partnership,” the statement concluded.

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