Prince Al-Waleed receives Tunisian Ambassador to Saudi Arabia
Saudi Prince Al-Waleed Bin Talal Bin AbdulAziz Al-Saud, chairman of Kingdom Holding Company, received in his office in Riyadh, the Tunisian Ambassador to Saudi Arabia Salaheddine Maawi.
Several topics that concern Saudi Arabia and Tunisia were discussed during the meeting. Prince Al-Waleed and the ambassador reviewed the latest regional and international developments and the financial and political situation in Tunisia.
Ambassador Maawi presented to Prince Al-Waleed a letter from the Tunisian President Zein Al-Abideen Bin Ali thanking the Prince for his last visit to Tunisia to attend the opening of the Al-Abideen Mosque in Carthage, and for his generous donation of four million dollars for the completion of the project. The ambassador also presented a mini-replica of the Al-Abideen Mosque as a token of appreciation from the government and people of Tunisia.
Prince Al-Waleed, on his part, confirmed to the ambassador the strong relations between Saudi Arabia and Tunisia, referring to Tunisia as his second country. The Prince added that his friendship with the Tunisian President, whom he met several times in the past few years is an extension to the ideal diplomatic relationship between both countries. — (menareport.com)
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