21st session of the Algerian-Tunisian High Joint Commission kicks off
APS - 09 March 2017
TUNIS (Tunisia)- The works of the 21st session of the Algerian-Tunisian High Joint Commission started Thursday, in Tunis (Tunisia), under the co-chairmanship of Prime Minister Abdelmalek Sellal and the head of the Tunisian government Youssef Chahed.
The meeting should culminate in the signing of seven cooperation agreements in the sectors of security, consumer protection, exchange of ratification instruments of delimitation of maritime borders, culture, religious affairs, youth and sports, employment, women, children and the elderly.
This meeting will also allow evaluating bilateral relations in the political, security, economic and social fields.
It will also broach a certain number of issues of common interest relating to the progress of the sub-regional situation.