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  The 18th summit of the Organization internationale de la Francophonie closed on Sunday on the southern Tunisian island of Djerba with the re election of Rwanda s Louise Mushikiwabo as secretary general and the adoption of key resolutions The re election was announced by Tunisian President Kais Saied at the closing ceremony during which he also praised the two resolutions namely the Djerba Declaration and Crisis solutions and peacebuilding in the French speaking region as fruitful The two documents reflected that members were determined to be more open to dialogue consultation and mutual solidarity he said adding that since French speaking countries face challenges on several fronts solutions must be more creative for adapt to their respective conditions Saied also called on countries to encourage apathetic youth to participate in public life to experience change and transformation The Djerba Declaration will lead to concrete proposals and new approaches to women s and youth issues he said The next summit will be held in France according to Saied The 18th La Francophonie summit which lasted two days brought together 89 delegations including 31 heads of state and government from the Francophone world as well as leaders of international and regional organizations Xinhua
La Francophonie closes in Tunis-

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– The 18th summit of the Organization internationale de la Francophonie closed on Sunday on the southern Tunisian island of Djerba with the re-election of Rwanda‘s Louise Mushikiwabo as secretary general and the adoption of key resolutions.

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The re-election was announced by Tunisian President Kais Saied at the closing ceremony, during which he also praised the two resolutions, namely the Djerba Declaration and Crisis solutions and peacebuilding in the French-speaking region as fruitful.

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The two documents reflected that members were determined to “be more open to dialogue, consultation and mutual solidarity,” he said, adding that since French-speaking countries face challenges on several fronts, solutions must be more creative for adapt to their respective conditions.

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Saied also called on countries to encourage apathetic youth to participate in public life to experience “change and transformation.”

The Djerba Declaration will lead to concrete proposals and new approaches to women’s and youth issues, he said.

The next summit will be held in France, according to Saied.

The 18th La Francophonie summit, which lasted two days, brought together 89 delegations, including 31 heads of state and government from the Francophone world, as well as leaders of international and regional organizations. ■

(Xinhua)

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