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Tunisia is a growing democracy

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On March 4 His Excellency Sghaier Fatnassi, Ambassador of Tunisia visited the Radom Academy of Economics! At. 12.00 inhabitants and students had a chance to listen to the International lecture on the subject of Tunisia as a country of emerging and developing democracy

Tunisia is currently a unique model young model. From 2011, it was experiencing democratic elections for the fourth time. Tunisian-Polish relations are now very lively and tourism and the presence of tourists in Tunisia are increasing. It is caused by rich history, tourist attractions and location.

Tunisia is a strategic punt where the interests of Africa, Europe and the Middle East intersect. Tunisia is a trading partner with the United States, Africa, but also with the European Union and Poland. Tunisia and Poland recently also celebrated 60 years of diplomatic relations. Tunisia today offers beneficial legal frameworks and investment opportunities for the public and private sectors such as infrastructure, energy, information technology and ecology. Over 6600 Tunisian companies export and cooperate with partners from around the world in children such as the food, textile and pharmaceutical industries. Numerous international reports confirm that Tunisia has made tremendous progress at continental level in areas such as competitiveness, innovation and the business climate.

Thank you for the participation of residents and students, who willingly after the lecture asked the guest questions and talked about studying in our city and the international atmosphere prevailing at the university!

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