Following the Berlin Libya Conference, the priority now is to implement the decisions adopted there. To achieve this, it is important to involve Libya’s neighbouring countries and the region. That is why Foreign Minister Heiko Maas is travelling to Algeria and Tunisia.
Germany and Tunisia have had diplomatic relations since the latter gained independence in 1956. The German Government has been supporting Tunisia’s political and economic transformation through…
With the sweeping changes that have taken place since the Arab Spring, the country is assuming a pioneering role in the region. The visit of Foreign Minister Maas to Tunisia comes just after the presidential and parliamentary elections – sending a strong message of cooperation.
Foreign Minister Maas meets the Tunisian Foreign Minister in Berlin.
In today’s globalised world, infectious pathogens can spread like wildfire, endangering the stability of entire societies. Germany is thus strengthening biosecurity in many partner countries, for example, with a mobile lab in Tunisia.