Bilateral relations

May 1998
Presidents & Prime Ministers;May/Jun98, Vol. 7 Issue 3, p27
Reports on the visit of Spanish Prime Minister Jose Maria Aznar to Tunisia, whereby he meet with President Ben Ali and other Tunisian officials to discuss bilateral relations and regional issues. Need for Tunisia and Spain to play an active role in defining the future of the Euro-Mediterranean partnership; Reference to a meeting with Aznar and the Tunisian Prime Minister Hamed Karouri; What was discussed at the meeting.


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