Tunis, December 28, 2023, The 11th session of the Saudi-Tunisian Joint Committee concluded in Tunis, with the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia's delegation led by Minister of Industry and Mineral Resources, Bandar Ibrahim Alkhorayef, and the Tunisian side represented by Interim Minister of Economy and Planning, Sihem Boughdiri Nemsia. The sessions took place on Tuesday and Wednesday, fostering collaboration between the two nations.
In conjunction with the committee sessions, the Saudi-Tunisian Investment and Partnership Forum concluded, witnessing the active participation of over 300 businessmen from the private sectors of both countries. This forum provided a platform for fruitful discussions and potential collaborations between Saudi and Tunisian businesses.
A significant outcome of the 11th session was the signing of seven memoranda of understanding (MoUs) between the two sides, spanning various fields. These agreements underscore the commitment of both nations to strengthening ties and fostering cooperation in diverse sectors.
The Saudi-Tunisian Joint Committee serves as a mechanism to enhance cooperation and mutual interests between the two countries. The collaborative efforts aim to develop various aspects of their relationship, reflecting the shared commitment to advancing economic, trade, and cultural ties.
The presence of Saudi Ambassador to Tunisia, Dr. Abdulaziz bin Ali Al-Saqr, and the participation of over 100 representatives from both sides during the session highlights the diplomatic importance attached to these engagements. The continued dialogue and collaboration between Saudi Arabia and Tunisia contribute to the promotion of regional stability and economic development.