“Dar Ben Ayed” palace in Tunis offered to UK embassy by the Bey in 1856

The United Kingdom Embassy to Tunisia has published several photos of the filming of the Ramadan series “Tej El Hadhra”, broadcast daily on Elhiwar Ettounsi. The embassy reported that the Dar Ben Ayed Palace was offered to the British Ambassador during the month of Ramadan in the year 1856. This Ramadan, the viewers were taken to the Bey time with the drama series” Tej Al Hadhira “produced by Sami Fehri. It included several important scenes filmed at the residence of the British ambassador. “Since 1856, the British representative to Tunisia…

Morocco to Develop Cooperation with Tunisia

Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation Nasser Bourita underlined the need to develop cooperation mechanisms between Morocco and Tunisia, on Tuesday while in Tunis. Speaking at a press conference following his talks with his Tunisian counterpart, Khémaies Jhinaoui, Bourita said that the two countries are driven by a strong desire to enhance their relationship. Bourita, who voiced Morocco’s support for Tunisia’s candidacy for a non-permanent seat at the UN Security Council in the years 2020-2021, said that political dialogue should not be limited to bilateral issues only, but must include coordination…

Risks to Tunisia’s economic stability requires immediate action (IMF)

The Fund, central bank in agreement on tightening monetary conditions to reduce gap between interest rate and inflation Tunisia must act decisively to address mounting risks to economic stability by reducing its budget deficit and taking measures to protect the poor, according to the International Monetary Fund, amid government deadlock on reform plans. Tunisian authorities have vowed to act swiftly on urgent reforms to pave the way for a third review by the IMF’s executive board, scheduled for July, that would secure a $257 million loan, the fund said in…

Tunisie Telecom and Huawei to Build Fastest LTE Network in Tunisia with 4T4R

Tunisie Telecom is dedicated to providing the country’s fastest data rate and best user experience. Thanks to their efforts, the number of LTE subscribers in Tunisia continues to increase, and with the dataflow of usage (DOU) per user having reached 4GB, traffic volume is also expected to increase by 370% in 2020. Key technologies of ‘All Business Connected @LTE’ (including 4T4R, 3CC CA, and 256QAM), can help operators provide the fastest LTE user experience possible. 4T4R increases network capacity by up to 80% without adding extra spectrum or sites, greatly…