US Defense Secretary Mark Esper has signed a road map to the prospects for 10-year military cooperation with Tunisia.
The US Secretary of Defense praises the role played by Tunisia, and signs a road map for the prospects for military cooperation “for a period of 10 years with Tunisia.”
Following his meeting with Tunisian President Kais Saied, Esper praised the role Tunisia plays as a non-NATO ally, adding that the goal is to confront extremists and China and Russia as strategic competitors.
As for Saeed, he renewed Tunisia’s position calling for finding a Libyan political solution without any external interference, and he also mentioned Tunisia’s willingness to provide all facilities aimed at finding a political settlement that preserves Libya’s unity and stability.
US Defense Secretary Mark Esper arrived in Tunisia on Wednesday as part of a tour of the Maghreb, in which he affirmed the US commitment to the region’s security.
AndConfirm The Algerian Minister of Foreign Affairs, during his visit to Tunis, coincided between his country’s position and Tunisia regarding pushing for a political solution in Libya.
It is noteworthy that the Tunisian president, after his meeting with Acting Head of the United Nations Support Mission in Libya, Stephanie Williams, He expressed On his country’s readiness to lay down its capabilities and expertise to achieve stability in Libya and host Libyan parties.
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