Tunisian official visits Tehran for the first time in 20 years
Tunisia-Iran-Cuba, Politics, 6/16/1999
For the first time in 20 years, a Tunisian official is visiting Iran in a step which reflects the rapid improvement in bilateral relations since the setting up of the joint committee for cooperation on the level of the foreign ministers in the mid-1990s.
The speaker of the Tunisian Parliament, Fuad al-Mubze, on Tuesday started a visit to Tehran on top of a large parliamentary delegation to take part in the works of the constituent conference for the Islamic Parliaments Union.
In the framework of the conference, he will hold talks with the chairman of the Iranian Shoura council, Nateq Nouri, and with other Iranian officials on means of developing parliamentary cooperation and strengthening bilateral relations.
Meanwhile, the Tunisian - Cuban joint committee started its first session in Tunisia on Tuesday under the chairmanship of Tunisian Minister of State for International Cooperation Fathi al-Murdasi and the Cuban deputy co-operation minister. The committee will discuss means of drawing the grounds for a new phase of cooperation between the two countries.
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