Tunisian ambassador is received by Saudi deputy minister


Riyadh – Hichem Fourati, the ambassador of Tunisia to the Kingdom, was welcomed by Abdulrahman Al-Rassi, the deputy minister for international multilateral affairs in Saudi Arabia, on Wednesday in Riyadh.

The deputy minister also had a meeting with Ludovic Pouille, the French ambassador to the Kingdom, last month.

The Saudi minister spoke with the envoys on both visits about bilateral relations and events of shared interest.

Al-Rassi previously spoke with Nahid Hussein, the UNDP’s resident representative for the Kingdom, in Riyadh.

They discussed topics of collaboration and the Kingdom’s relations with the UN during the meeting.

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