Dubai, United Arab Emirates (CNN) – The Tunisian presidency announced, on Thursday, that President Qais Saeed will make his first official visit to Egypt, tomorrow, Friday, and will continue until next Sunday.
The Tunisian presidency said, in a statement, that Said “is paying an official visit to the Arab Republic of Egypt … at the invitation of Egyptian President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi.”
The Tunisian presidency added that the visit comes “within the framework of linking bridges of communication and consolidating the rule of consultation and coordination between the leaderships of the two countries.”
The Tunisian News Agency pointed out that the two sides will discuss “establishing new visions and perceptions that reinforce the distinguished path of cooperation existing between Tunisia and Egypt in order to meet the legitimate aspirations of the two brotherly peoples for stability and development.”
It is noteworthy that the Egyptian president had contacted his Tunisian counterpart, to check on his safety, after the arrival of a “suspicious expulsion” to the presidential palace in Carthage at the end of last January.