Friday, October 22, 2021

Tunisia President orders reopening border crossings with Libya
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Tunisia President orders reopening border crossings with Libya

Tunisian President, Kais Saied, has issued orders for reopening the border crossings with Libya, starting tomorrow, Friday, at 7:00 a.m. local time, according to the Tunisian Presidency.

Saied stressed the need to adhere to the agreed health protocol, stressing that it is subject to review in light of the development of the health situation in the two countries, and “any breach of its requirements may result in a reconsideration of the decision to reopen the border crossings,” the Tunisian presidency said in a statement on Thursday.

This came during his meeting with the Foreign Minister, Othman Al-Jarandi, Interior Minister, Reda Gharslawi, and Health Minister, Ali Merabet, after he was briefed on the results of the meetings of the Tunisian-Libyan joint security and health ministerial committees, the statement pointed out.