September 2005
Background Notes on Countries of the World: Tunisia;Sep2005, p6
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Describes the foreign relations of Tunisia. Efforts by President Zinc al-Abidine Ben Ali to maintain the country's policy of seeking good relations with the West and the U.S.; Role of the country in the negotiations for a comprehensive Middle East peace; Move by the Tunisian government to support the development of the Arab Maghreb Union.


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