[size=36]The Tunisian ambassador confirms his country's desire to facilitate the granting of entry visas to Iraqis[/size]
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The official spokesman for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Ahmed Al-Sahhaf, affirmed, "The Ministry of Foreign Affairs aims to devote stable and interactive relations with neighboring countries, and to adopt collective initiatives and active roles to bring points of view closer in order to ensure common interests."
Al-Sahaf explained, "The Iraqi-Tunisian relations at the bilateral and multilateral levels are of common interest, within the framework of the two sides' keenness to establish an exemplary relationship based on rapprochement and brotherly ties between the two peoples," noting that "Iraq's experience in confronting the terrorist gangs of ISIS was a pioneer, and one With confidence, we achieved victories that dazzled the world.”
He stressed, "the importance of coordination and cooperation between the two countries to face challenges, foremost of which is the phenomenon of terrorism," noting that "the Baghdad Conference for Cooperation and Partnership came to confirm the stability and openness that Baghdad enjoys with a vision based on diversifying economic and investment partnerships in light of Iraq's availability of opportunities promising in various fields, and the ministry worked within the framework of proactive diplomacy to support the aforementioned tracks.”
For his part, the Tunisian ambassador to Baghdad expressed his country's "interest in strengthening bilateral relations between the two countries, and its readiness for cooperation in all fields," noting "his country's keenness to open a direct flight between Baghdad and Tunisia, and to facilitate granting entry visas to Iraqis wishing to visit Tunisia." .
The Tunisian ambassador expressed his country's keenness to increase the volume of trade and economic exchange between the two countries