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Macron congratulates the Tunisian president on the anniversary of independence



French President Emmanuel Macron congratulated Tunisian President Kais Saied on the occasion of Tunisia's celebration of the 65th anniversary of independence.


This came in a phone call the Tunisian president received from Macron, according to a statement by the Presidency of the Republic of Tunisia.


The Tunisian presidency's statement pointed out that this call was an opportunity during which the two presidents discussed a number of issues, including those related to the health situation in both countries and in the world at large, as it was stressed that this pandemic cannot be confronted unless nations unite and join hands.


The French President expressed his country's readiness to support Tunisian efforts, whether in facing this pandemic or within the framework of bilateral cooperation between the two countries.


On the other hand, the two presidents reviewed the progress of preparations for the organization of the Francophone Summit in the Tunisian island of Djerba in November 2021, and the obstacles that still exist, and stressed the common determination to overcome and overcome them for the success of this summit .. The French President expressed his appreciation for what the Tunisian authorities are doing and his firm determination. To support and enhance it.


The situation in Libya was also discussed, during the phone call, following the visit that Saeed made, on Wednesday, to the Libyan capital, Tripoli.


According to the statement, the President of the Republic of Tunisia renewed his assertion that the solution to the situation in Libya can only be from the Libyans themselves, and that the elections to be held on December 24th must take place on time so that the Libyan people regain their full sovereignty and extend it over all their lands based on Libyan legitimacy. Pure.

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