At a meeting with Tunisian President Kais Saied in Tunis, Russian Foreign Minister G. Lavrov said that Russian agricultural yields had been good “for the second or third year running” and that Russia was keen to help Tunisia.
“There is interest in increasing deliveries of our grain,” Lavrov said, without specifying conditions or cost.
“We are ready to do so. We are ready to do it,” he added.
Following his meeting with Tunisian Foreign Minister Nabil Ammar, Mr. Lavrov said that “we have agreed to develop our cooperation in all sectors”.
The Russian foreign minister cited “promising areas” for bilateral cooperation, such as agriculture, energy, nuclear power and technology.