Tunisian Prime minister Youssef Chahed started on Sunday a two-day working visit to Morocco.
Upon his arrival at Rabat airport, Chahed was greeted by his Moroccan peer Saadeddine El Othmani.
Chahed will participate in the 19th session of the High Joint Commission of Morocco and Tunisia on Monday.
The commission is expected to discuss means to boost bilateral cooperation and sign agreements in various sectors, including agriculture, investment, civil aviation, vocational training, higher education and employment.
The Tunisian PM heads a high level delegation, which includes the ministers of foreign affairs, labour, commerce and transport.
Chahed will also hold talks with several Moroccan officials, including El Othmani and the presidents of both houses of Parliament, Habib El Malki, Hakim Benchamach.