Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov stated that he agreed with his Tunisian counterpart Khemaies Jhinaoui, to strengthen “anti-terror cooperation,” speaking at a joint press conference in Tunis, Saturday.

“We have agreed today to strengthen our anti-terror cooperation, both in the United Nations Organisation and bilaterally, ” Lavrov said, before speaking about the economic cooperation between Russia and Tunisia.

“We are interested in sending more high-tech products from Russia to Tunisia and we would like to see more agricultural products from Tunisia in the Russian market,” he emphasised.

The Russian Foreign Minister arrived in the North African nation on Saturday, to hold talks with his Tunisian counterpart.

 

 

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Liquidating the Muslim Brotherhood Tunisian branch would be a good start.
This includes a party who had the majority in parliament for a time.