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Abdelaziz Ziari on official visit to Tunisia.

Summary: The speaker of People's National Assembly (Parliament), Abdelaziz Ziari, heading a delegation, started Monday an official visit to Tunisia.

The speaker of People's National Assembly (Parliament), Abdelaziz Ziari, heading a delegation, started Monday an official visit to Tunisia. The visit, being made at the invitation of Tunisian Chamber of Deputies' President Foued Lembazaa, is part of the strengthening of cooperation and consultation between the parliaments of the two countries. It is also aimed at considering ways and methods to boost both parliament's role in promoting bilateral ties, the People's National Assembly said Sunday in a release. During the visit, to last until next Friday, Ziari will hold discussions with the president of the Tunisian Chamber of Deputies, the president of the Chamber of Councillors and senior officials. The minister, along with the delegation, will attend a Tunisian Chamber of Deputies' plenary session.AaAaAa

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