Germany Announces $338 Million of Financial Aid to Tunisia

Tunisia and Germany signed a partnership agreement this week for additional financial support to Tunisia worth €300 million ($338 million).

The agreement stipulates the payment of €100 million a year for three years, Foreign Minister Khemaies Jhinaoui announced.

 It involves providing support for public finances, he said, pointing out that Germany would also provide a credit line to support small and medium-sized enterprises in Tunisia.

The agreement was signed on the occasion of the G20-Africa Partnership Conference held on June 12 and 13 in Berlin.


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