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Burkina and Tunisia vow improved cooperation

Burkina Faso and Tunisia have signed four agreements to boost economic cooperation between the two countries, the Burkinab Ministry of Economy and Finance said Friday.On the initiative of Burkina Faso’s Chamber of Commerce and Industry (CCI-BF), Ouagadougou earlier this week received Tunisia’s Prime Minister and a delegation of 80 Tunisian businessmen from the health, education, vocational training, agri-food industry, engineering, construction, energy, hydraulics, property development, banking and insurance, textile and ICT sectors.

The agreements concern cooperation between Tunisia’s Industry, Commerce and Handicrafts Union (UTICA) and the CCI-BF, a renewal of the protocol of collaboration between the Burkinabe and Tunisian Chambers of Commerce among other things.

The two countries have maintained diplomatic relations since 1964.

Published on 28.04.2020

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