The Tunisian Prime Minister praises the UAE's participation in the Francophone Summit

Tunisian Prime Minister Naglaa Boudin praised the UAE's participation in the Francophone Summit, which was hosted by the island of Djerba from November 18 to 20.

Boden expressed her admiration for the Emirates Pavilion in the Francophone Village, and said that the presentations presented by the Pavilion reflect an image of the civilizational, economic and cultural renaissance that the UAE is experiencing, and that it has become a role model in the Arab world.

The Tunisian Minister of Foreign Affairs and Immigration, Othman Al-Jarandi, also visited the country's pavilion participating in the Francophone Village, and praised the good organization of the pavilion that accompanies this global event, its rich content, and the valuable information provided in it through modern display tools, which made the Emirati pavilion a destination for visitors to the Francophone Village. .

The UAE Ambassador to the International Organization of la Francophonie, Dr. Salem Al Neyadi, welcomed Al Jarandi and gave him a full explanation of the contents of the pavilion, which highlights the opportunity to learn about the cultural diversity of the UAE, and reviewed a summary of the activities that will be held on the sidelines of the Emirati participation in the Francophone Summit.

Dr. Al Neyadi pointed out that the design of the Emirati pavilion embodies Emirati values, and the cultural and folklore content that is presented in the pavilion reflects the approach of tolerance and coexistence that characterizes the UAE.

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