Tunis/Tunisia — President Kais Saied, on Tuesday night, held bilateral talks with French President, Emmanuel Macron, on the Elysee Palace.
The 2 leaders mentioned, specifically, “the distinguished cooperation and partnership relations between Tunisia and France and the prospects for increasing and diversifying them.»
In addition they followed-up on the outcomes of the Summit on the Financing of African Economies that occurred on the identical day in Paris.
“The 2 presidents exchanged views on numerous regional and worldwide problems with frequent curiosity,» the Presidency mentioned in a press launch. Relating to the scenario within the Center East, the 2 leaders “underscored absolutely the necessity to place an finish to hostilities,” the Elysée Palace mentioned in an announcement. In addition they agreed to work collectively, notably throughout the United Nations Safety Council.
The 2 sides mentioned the COVID-19 pandemic and its impacts. The French President on this regard, introduced that France will ship in June autonomous oxygen manufacturing models to a few Tunisian hospitals. He assured him that France would guarantee that Tunisia will obtain extra deliveries of vaccines as quickly as attainable throughout the framework of COVAX, to which France is actively contributing, the identical assertion reads.
The 2 heads of State additionally mentioned Tunisia’s monetary and financial scenario and the reforms underway. Macron affirmed on this event, France’s ongoing assist to Tunisia on the bilateral in addition to the worldwide ranges.
They talked about combat towards terrorism and methods to spice up bilateral cooperation to counter this phenomena.
The 2 Presidents additionally mentioned the scenario in Libya, expressing assist to the continued political course of beneath the United Nations’ auspices and to the total implementation of the ceasefire settlement.
In addition they reviewed the preparations for the following Summit of the Francophonie to be hosted by Tunisia in November, the Elysée assertion added.
The President of the Republic, who had arrived Monday in Paris, met with numerous his African counterparts and officers of African and European monetary establishments.
He introduced at his speech to the Summit Tuesday Tunisia’s endorsement of worldwide and regional calls to elevate the ban on patents for COVID-19 vaccines, doubtless to assist all peoples and nations profit from these vaccines.
Kais Saied known as in his speech for writing off the money owed of poor nations or decreasing a big a part of them, particularly with the excessive quantity of those money owed and the pursuits they generate.