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Ambassador Muraweh Hands over his Credentials to President of Tunisia.

Tunisia, Sep. 22 (SUNA) - The Ambassador Al-Obeid Ahmed Muraweh, Tuesday handed over his Credentials to the President of Tunisia, Beji Caid Essebsi, at Cartaj Palace as the Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Republic of the Sudan to Tunisia.

The credentials ceremony was attended by the Tunisian Minister of Foreign Minister, Al-Tayeb Al-Bakoosh.

The President of the Tunisia has welcomed to new Sudanese Ambassador to his country and Inquired about the situation in Sudan, adding that he is following up with concern the situation in Sudan, appreciating the wisdom of the leadership of Sudan to surpass obstacles that face Sudan, top of them was the separation of South Sudan .

The new Ambassador of Sudan in Tunisia conveyed to the Tunisian President the greetings of his brother the President Al-Bashir and his determination to consolidate further the relations between two countries.

He said that the Sudan is looking forward to 1benefit from the Tunisian experience in the fields of national dialogue, agriculture and other fields of cooperation.

The President of Tunisia renewed his welcome to the Ambassador Muraweh, pointing that the leadership and people of Sudan have a wisdom and knowledge that can benefit Tunisia also.

He afirmed that the door of ministries and institutions of Tunisia will be open to help consolidating further the relations between two countries.


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Date:Sep 22, 2015
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