The United States of America commended Tunisia’s efforts in the fight against terrorism in Africa and indicated continued joint cooperation in this field.
For two days, the Tunisian and US military discussed joint military cooperation and ways to deepen it. The 35th session of the Supreme Joint Military Committee, which lasted two days, ended yesterday.
According to the Tunisian Ministry of Defense: “Meetings held at the US African Command in Stuttgart, Germany, were attended by Tunisian Defense Minister Imad Mamish, Kelst Wallander, US Deputy Secretary of Defense for International Security Affairs and General Kirk Smith, US Assistant to the Commander-in-Chief for Africa, Defense Attaché at the US Embassy in Tunis.
In his speech at the end of the meetings, the Tunisian minister expressed his satisfaction with the positive atmosphere of the meetings, which was an opportunity to discuss new areas of military cooperation between the two countries, stressing that this commission should be held periodically. It confirms the willingness of both sides to continue supporting joint efforts to raise the level of military cooperation between the two countries.
Mamesh praised the US support for Tunisia, which is reflected in the volume of military cooperation and assistance programs in the areas of training, education and the exchange of information and experiences.
Source: Al Ittihad
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