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– Libya: Allegations relating to the security situation with Tunisia will not affect our relations (AA)
Libyan Prime Minister Abdul Hamid Dbeibeh said on Tuesday that “false allegations” regarding the security situation between his country and Tunisia will not negatively affect fraternal relations between the two countries.
Dbeibeh added: “Our countries are suffering from the problem of terrorism, and sister Tunisia is no exception.”
And to continue: “The false allegations on the security situation between the two countries will not affect the depth of our fraternal relations. We will remain one people within two countries.”
– The neighboring countries of Libya decide to send a ministerial delegation (AA)
The neighboring countries of Libya decided, at the end of their meeting on Tuesday evening, to send there a “ministerial delegation”, to meet with all the parties, in order to assess the political process leading up to the planned elections. December 24th.
The Secretary General of the League of Arab States, Ahmed Aboul Gheit, the Special Envoy of the United Nations Secretary General in Libya, Ján Kubiš, and the Commissioner for Political Affairs, Peace and Security of the African Union, Bankole Adeoye, also took part in this meeting.
The Final Declaration indicated that the foreign ministers of the countries neighboring Libya, had agreed to “coordinate their collective efforts towards all the Libyan parties to end the crisis, in accordance with the process established by the UN”.
– Tunisia: Warrant of committal against deputy Lotfi Ali (AA)
The investigating judge at the Economic, Judicial and Financial Pole issued a warrant of committal against Tunisian deputy Lotfi Ali on Tuesday in connection with a phosphate transport case, the Tunis Afrique Presse agency reported. (TAP / Official). The Tunisian deputy, who is the subject of a judicial investigation, was taken to Mornaguia prison after his hearing, under a committal warrant, said the first deputy of the investigating judge, Kamel Safsafi, relayed by TAP.
– Tunisia: An investigation notice launched against the Karoui brothers for illegal crossing of land borders (AA)
The public prosecutor at the Court of First Instance of Kasserine (center-west) ordered the issuance of a search notice against the former Tunisian presidential candidate of 2019 and president of the Qalb Tounes party, Nabil Karoui, and his brother Ghazi Karoui, member of the Tunisian Parliament, indicated the agency Tunis Afrique Presse (TAP / Official).
A report is also drawn up against them for illegal crossing of land borders, according to the same source.
According to the spokesperson of the Court of First Instance of Kasserine, Riadh Nouioui, the decision of the prosecution follows the report drawn up against a drug trafficker from the region. He was placed in police custody on Monday for helping individuals cross Tunisian borders illegally into Algerian soil and helping a person escape administrative control. The person in question is the subject of several wanted notices for drug trafficking.
– Trade: setting of profit margins for detergents and hygiene products (TAP)
The Ministry of Trade and Export Development said in a statement released Tuesday, having set the profit margins for detergents (bleach, and powder and liquid detergents) and hygiene products (shampoos, soaps, toothpastes and deodorants) from Wednesday September 1, 2021.
Profit margins are around 5% for wholesale and 10% for retail.
– Covid19: towards the adoption of a third dose of vaccine for certain groups of the most vulnerable people. (Louzir) (TAP)
The president of the National Coronavirus Vaccination Campaign, Hechmi Louzir, said on Wednesday that there was preliminary approval from the Scientific Committee for the Fight against Coronavirus for the adoption of a third dose of the vaccine for certain groups of people. who are the most vulnerable.
Louzir revealed that one of the points addressed by the scientific committee meeting on Tuesday is to confirm this vision by moving towards the adoption of a third dose for certain groups of people suffering from chronic diseases.
He said: “Some scientific publications have concluded that there is no objection to reminding some vaccinated people of a third dose to boost their immunity in light of the emergence of changing strains of the Corona virus,” noting that the scientific committee in Tunisia has given preliminary approval. , pending further examination.
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