Brazilian, Tunisian FMs sign on to agreements

Khemaies Jhinaoui met with Aloysio Nunes Ferreira to enter into deals concerning young people, technology, and economic cooperation. Libraries from both countries also reached a memorandum of understanding.

Besides discussing aspects of the Brazil-Tunisia bilateral agenda, the foreign ministers signed on to agreements concerning young people, innovation, and the economy.

Three agreements were signed: one is designed to foster economic relations; another one encourages cooperation in science, technology, and innovation-oriented projects; and the third one concerns the sharing of experiences on both sides. The National Library of Tunisia and Brazil’s National Library Foundation also entered into a memorandum of understanding.

The agreements were signed following the solemn opening session of the 3rd Session of the Brazil-Tunisia Joint Commission. The commission’s goal is to carry out initiatives designed to bring the countries closer, as well as exchange impressions on international political issues.

According to the Brazilian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, in the morning, the ministers went over the bilateral agenda and reaffirmed their commitment to talks for a cooperation and investments facilitation agreement between Brazil and Tunisia. They also touched on tandem efforts in tourism, healthcare, culture, and defense.


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