Co-operation agreements, memoranda of understanding and executive programmes were signed Sunday in Kuwait City at the end of the third session of the Tunisia-Kuwait High Joint Commission.
Under these accords, holders of diplomatic and special passports are exempted from the visa obligation in the two countries, the Foreign Ministry said in a press release.
The two sides also agreed to up co-operation in a wide array of sectors, mainly planning, development, industrial exports, youths, sports, higher education and scientific research, standardisation and quality control.
The third session of the Tunisia-Kuwait Joint Commission, co-chaired by Foreign Minister Taïeb Baccouche and his Kuwaiti opposite number Sheikh Sabah Al-Khaled Al-Sabah, culminated in a series of recommendations and decisions.
These measures are geared towards fostering bilateral co-operation in finance, investment, industry, services, tourism, health, education, higher education and scientific research, IT, agriculture, environment, culture, youth, sports, employment and public works.
Baccouche and Sheikh Sabah Al-Khaled Al-Sabah focused attention on bilateral relations and ways to strengthen cooperation between the two countries.