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 Tunisia and France signed an agreement of 200 million euros about 206 9 million dollars on Saturday to meet Tunisia s financial needs on the sidelines of the 18th summit of the Organization internationale de la Francophonie The agreement was signed between the Tunisian Minister of Economy and Planning Samir Saied and the French Minister of Foreign Affairs Catherine Colonna according to a statement issued by the Tunisian Ministry of Economy and Planning The financing agreement is intended to support the implementation of the government s reform programs The agreement shows France s willingness to continue its support for Tunisia in the concretion and implementation of its reform programs said Saied during the signing ceremony This initiative will help the country to recover its financial balance boost growth and energize a sustainable economy he continued For her part the French Foreign Minister stressed the importance of the reform program launched by the Tunisian government which will help Tunisia gradually recover and overcome socio economic difficulties The 18th summit of the Organization internationale de la Francophonie commonly known as La Francophonie began on Saturday on the southern Tunisian island of Djerba A total of 89 delegations from across the francophone world including those from France Canada Senegal and the European Council as well as 31 heads of state and government attended the two day event Xinhua
Tunisia and France sign financing agreement worth 200 million euros-

Tunisian Minister of Economy and Planning

Tunisia and France signed an agreement of 200 million euros (about 206.9 million dollars) on Saturday to meet Tunisia’s financial needs on the sidelines of the 18th summit of the Organization internationale de la Francophonie.

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The agreement was signed between the Tunisian Minister of Economy and Planning, Samir Saied, and the French Minister of Foreign Affairs, Catherine Colonna, according to a statement issued by the Tunisian Ministry of Economy and Planning.

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The financing agreement is intended to support the implementation of the government’s reform programs.

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“The agreement shows France’s willingness to continue its support for Tunisia in the concretion and implementation of its reform programs,” said Saied during the signing ceremony.

“This initiative will help the country to recover its financial balance, boost growth and energize a sustainable economy,” he continued.

For her part, the French Foreign Minister stressed the importance of the reform program launched by the Tunisian government, which “will help Tunisia gradually recover and overcome socio-economic difficulties.”

The 18th summit of the Organization internationale de la Francophonie, commonly known as La Francophonie, began on Saturday on the southern Tunisian island of Djerba.

A total of 89 delegations from across the francophone world, including those from France, Canada, Senegal and the European Council, as well as 31 heads of state and government, attended the two-day event. ■

(Xinhua)

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