Strengthening ties in the African Initiative

Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan’s four-day official trip to North African countries Morocco, Algeria and Tunisia will be an opportunity for Turkey to bolster its policy of opening up to the African continent, experts agree.

“These three North African countries are of great importance for Turkey in its engagement policy with the continent,” Cahit Tuz, Middle East adviser in the Turkish Parliament, said in remarks to Today’s Zaman.


Recep Tayyip Erdoğan à visiter la Tunisie Salutations

Tayyip Erdoğan, 3-6 Haziran 2013 tarihlerinde Kuzey Afrika ülkelerinden Fas, Cezayir ve Tunus’u ziyaret edecek.–basbakan-erdogan-fas-cezayir-ve-tunusa-gidecek
Devlet: “Toprak bütünlüğüne bağlı olarak siyasal bakımdan örgütlenmiş bir milletin oluşturduğu yasal varlık.” -Türk Dil Kurumu Büyük Sözlük
Recep Tayyip Erdoğan à visiter la Tunisie Salutations

Recep Tayyip Erdoğan à visiter la Tunisie Salutations


Tunisian Hospitality noted by AfDB President

AfDB President Commends Tunisian Hospitality


The President of the African Development Bank Group, Donald Kaberuka, Thursday, May 23, in Tunis, called on the Tunisian Prime Minister, Ali Laarayedh.

President Kaberuka underscored the friendship between the AfDB and Tunisia and expressed gratitude to the Tunisian Government and people for their hospitality to the institution for the past 10 years. “We are home in Tunisia,” affirmed the AfDB President. AFRICAN DEVELOPMENT BANK GROUP

Militancy in the Tunisien maghreb

Tunisia teeters as it grapples with jihadists

21 May, 2013

TUNIS, Tunisia, May 21 (UPI) — Tunisia, cradle of the Arab Reawakening in January 2011, has finally got tough with its hard-line Islamists as, like other North African states that overthrew longtime dictators, it finds itself struggling with the fallout of its groundbreaking pro-democracy uprising.