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Tunisian President Said met Syrian leader Assad for the first time KXan 36 Daily News

Date: March 4, 2024 Time: 00:33:07

According to a statement from the Carthaginian Palace, the Tunisian president expressed his satisfaction with the historic meeting with his Syrian counterpart.

– The President of the Republic of Tunisia, Qais Said, met with the President of the Syrian Arab Republic on the sidelines of participation in the Arab League summit, whose work begins in Saudi Arabia, the document says. – The Presidents discussed bilateral relations between the two brother countries and cooperation in various fields.

The Tunisian leader hailed Syria’s participation in the upcoming Arab League session after its exclusion in 2011 and expressed the hope that Damascus “restores its influence and maintains its unity away from foreign interference.”

At the end of April, Tunisian President Kais Said, after more than ten years of breaking off diplomatic relations, officially appointed the republic’s ambassador to Syria.

It should be noted that the start of the process of resuming diplomatic relations between the republics was given in February 2023 by the head of Tunisia, instructing Foreign Minister Nabil Ammar to increase the level of diplomatic representation in Syria and appoint an ambassador.

This initiative was immediately supported in Damascus, having also decided to resume the activities of its diplomatic mission in the Republic of Tunisia and send its own ambassador. To demonstrate the seriousness of the intentions, in mid-April, the Syrian Foreign Minister, Faisal Mikdad, arrived in Tunisia on a working visit.

“In response to President Qais Said’s initiative to appoint an ambassador of the Republic of Tunisia in the Syrian Arab Republic, the Syrian government announced its immediate approval of this appointment and decided to reopen the Syrian embassy in Tunisia and appoint an ambassador to the near future,” the Syrian Foreign Ministry said in a statement.

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