Focus TUNISIA FRANCE Issue dated 13/07/2020

Saïed and Macron call each other's bluff over OIF anniversary summit

As Tunisia continues to drag its feet over the organisation of the next summit of the Organisation Internationale de la Francophonie, France is starting to run out of patience, while event-planning companies, which have been destabilised by the Covid-19 pandemic, still hope to take advantage of the gathering to restore their fortunes. [...] (1012 words)
French President Emmanuel Macron and his Tunisian counterpart Kaïs Saïed on June 22 in Paris.
French President Emmanuel Macron and his Tunisian counterpart Kaïs Saïed on June 22 in Paris. ©©Thomas Padilla/MAXPPP
As Tunisia continues to drag its feet over the organisation of the next summit of the Organisation Internationale de la Francophonie, France is starting to run out of patience, while event-planning companies, which have been destabilised by the Covid-19 pandemic, still hope to take advantage of the gathering to restore their fortunes. [...] (1012 words)
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