Nov 24 2009
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Tunisia-AOAD partnership looked at
The talk turned on means to boost co-operation, to intensify, to this end, exchanges of researchers' findings, notably, in the field of water, agricultural goods, fisheries, forests and animal health.
Mr. Mansour underscored Tunisia's will to boost its co- operation with AOAD and highlighted the qualitative leap experienced by Tunisia since the Change.
He laid emphasis on the stakes to exchange production expertise and techniques which have shown their efficiency.
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