(TAP)-Tunisia Friday tabled a proposal to create a mechanism to support European investment in Western Mediterranean countries, as part of the European External Investment Plan.
The proposal, put forward at a 5+5 Dialogue Foreign Ministers’ meeting in Marseille, France, was welcomed by participating countries, the Foreign Ministry Saturday said in a press release.
The meeting , co-chaired by France and Morocco, addressed several issues of concern to the Western Mediterranean region, namely means to keep peace and stability, the fight against terrorism, economic co-operation, regional integration, trade and investment.
It also focused on means to strengthen multilateral co-operation in sustainable development, environment, migration, education and employment, the same source said.
In another connection, participating countries endorsed a proposal put forward by Foreign Minister Khemaies Jhinaoui to hold a meeting early next year in Tunis to find a solution for the political crisis shaking Libya.
The FM also held a series of talks with his Maghreb and European counterparts on the sideline of the meeting that brought together five Northern Mediterranean countries (Spain, France, Italy, Malta, and Portugal) and five countries of the southern shore (Algeria, Libya, Morocco, Mauritania and Tunisia).