Canada, Tunisia must build ties beyond aid, says visiting foreign minister
By Shruti ShekarJul. 4, 2018
Khemaies Jhinaoui says an investment protection deal is in the works and could be signed by the end of the year.
Tunisian Foreign Minister Khemaies Jhinaoui says democratic reform in his country isn’t 'instant coffee,' and that the ongoing process requires a culture shift. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Tunisia’s foreign minister says it’s time for Canada and Tunisia to take their 61-year diplomatic relationship beyond just aid and into trade and economic growth.
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