Tunisian Foreign Minister Othman Al-Jarandi discussed with US Ambassador to Tunisia Donald Bloom the most prominent regional developments and bilateral relations between Tunis and Washington, most importantly, the visit of the US Congress delegation to Tunisia on Saturday.
On Friday evening, the Tunisian Ministry of Foreign Affairs reported that the two sides exchanged views on a number of regional and international files, especially the situation in Libya.
The Tunisian Foreign Ministry quoted al-Jarandi as confirming to the US ambassador the strength of brotherly relations between Libya and Tunisia, and the keenness of the leaders of the two countries to preserve and advance them, in the interest of the two brotherly peoples.
Al-Jarandi affirmed the validity and constitutionality of the decisions of the President of the Tunisian Republic, Kais Saied, during the past short period, stressing his commitment to moving forward in perpetuating the democratic path in the framework of respect for human rights and freedoms.
In turn, the US ambassador expressed Washington’s desire to continue coordination and consultation with the Tunisian side on issues of common interest and to support Tunisia to complete the democratic stage and resume the pace of economic growth.