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Saied and FM discuss repatriation of rest of Tunisians stranded abroad and situation in Libya

The repatriation of the remaining Tunisians stranded abroad and the situation in Libya were the focus of a meeting held between President Kais Saied and Minister of Foreign Affairs Noureddine Erray Tuesday at the Carthage Palace.

The Foreign Minister was quoted in a Presidency statement as saying he had discussed with the Head of State the latest regional and international developments, particularly in Libya.

President Kais Saied reaffirmed Tunisia’s attachment to international legitimacy and the need to respect the choice of the Libyan people, stressing Tunisia’s opposition to any breach to Libyan unity.

“The political settlement of the Libyan crisis, away from any foreign interference, is the only solution,” insisted the Head of State.

Noureddine Erray said the meeting also reviewed the recent incident at Tunisia’s Consulate in Munich.

The President of the Republic ordered initiating an urgent investigation to determine responsibilities.

The Ministry of Social Affairs and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs had opened an administrative inquiry into the alleged assault by the consul of the social attaché at Tunisia’s Consulate in Munich, Germany.

Abderraouf Jemal, Director General of the National Observatory for Migration (ONM) told TAP over the phone the inquiry would determine the responsibilities and circumstances of this assaul

The repatriation of the remaining Tunisians stranded abroad and the situation in Libya were the focus of a meeting held between President Kais Saied and Minister of Foreign Affairs Noureddine Erray Tuesday at the Carthage Palace.

The Foreign Minister was quoted in a Presidency statement as saying he had discussed with the Head of State the latest regional and international developments, particularly in Libya.

President Kais Saied reaffirmed Tunisia’s attachment to international legitimacy and the need to respect the choice of the Libyan people, stressing Tunisia’s opposition to any breach to Libyan unity.

“The political settlement of the Libyan crisis, away from any foreign interference, is the only solution,” insisted the Head of State.

Noureddine Erray said the meeting also reviewed the recent incident at Tunisia’s Consulate in Munich.

The President of the Republic ordered initiating an urgent investigation to determine responsibilities.

The Ministry of Social Affairs and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs had opened an administrative inquiry into the alleged assault by the consul of the social attaché at Tunisia’s Consulate in Munich, Germany.

Abderraouf Jemal, Director General of the National Observatory for Migration (ONM) told TAP over the phone the inquiry would determine the responsibilities and circumstances of this assault.

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