abroad represent 12% of the total population, about 1 million 300 thousand, the majority of whom are in France.
' perceptions of the current state of their local economy in 2017 hit a record low for Gallup's eight-year trend, with 15% saying it was getting better and half (50%) saying it was getting worse.
The spokeswoman for the Tunisian
presidency dismissed any notion of a "diplomatic crisis" between the two countries, expressing Tunisia's "understanding" of a decision made by the UAE's government to "protect its territory and its airlines."
This is the first participation of Tunisia in the fair, after that of 2003, announcing the return of Tunisian
companies and products in the Iraqi market, which remains the largest market in the Middle East region and the world in general.
For his part, Head of Tunisian
delegation, Editor-in-Chief of al-Sahafa Newspaper Ziad al-Hani said the Tunisian
youths who joined the terrorist organizations in Syria were the victims of misleading practiced by recruiting networks.
Just as Egyptians were upset that the ruling Freedom and Justice Party (Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood party) had monopolised power, Tunisians
say that they too are concerned that Ennahda is dominating the government.
The minister did not have the number of Tunisian
women who have become pregnant after their sexual jihad in Syria, but he said the Tunisian
government had stopped 6,000 female citizens from going to Syria to engage in sexual jihad by placing tougher border controls.
For their part, opposition parties such as Popular Front (a coalition of Tunisian
leftist parties, Communists and independents), P'le D'mocratique Moderniste (secular party) as well as UGTT (Tunisian
Trade Union) marched through Avenue Bourguiba and criticised the government for its slowness in responding to people's demands for more justice by bringing those responsible in the killing of Tunisians
Summary: The Tunisian
ambassador to Syria, Mohamed Lawiti, as well as the rest of the ambassadorial staff in Syria, will return to Tunisia on Friday morning, February 10th.
"The The UAE-Tunisian Partnership Meeting enabled the UAE delegation to view proposals by Tunisians
as well as the relevant investment laws."
A statement released by the ministers of the Iranian parliament declared their support for the Tunisian
people and said that "the cry of freedom released by the Tunisian
people ended a phase of tyranny and oppression and put a smile across the face of the oppressed Tunisian
people," Al HAYAT reported.