Pakistan, Tunisia Sign Three Accords
Pakistan and Tunisia have signed three agreements after candid talks on a range of issues including Afghanistan and Kashmir, reported AFP.
Tunisian foreign minister, Habib Ben Yahia, met his Pakistani counterpart, Abdul Sattar, Monday at the start of a three-day visit, AFP said, quoting the state-run Associated Press of Pakistan.
Both officials signed agreements on air services, a memorandum of understanding on annual bilateral consultations and a cultural exchange program.
The Tunisian minister will hold later in the day talks with general Pervez Musharraf, said the Saudi Press Agency (SPA) -- Albawaba.com
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