Tunisia-France: the Parisian agenda of Youssef Chahed - JeuneAfrique.com

Édouard Philippe, the French Prime Minister (left), and his counterpart Youssef Chahed, in Tunis, in October 2017. © Hammi / SIPA

The head of government will visit the French capital from Wednesday 13 to Friday 15 February. He will meet with his counterpart Édouard Philippe and President Emmanuel Macron.

On the occasion of his official visit to Paris, from 13 to 15 February, Youssef Chahed will talk with Édouard Philippe, the Prime Ministerin the framework of the French-Tunisian High Cooperation Council, which will meet for the second time.

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