Kuwait and Tunisia have reviewed their cooperation in the health sector as part of efforts to improve their bilateral ties, Tunisia Online News says. Hlal Essayer, Kuwait’s health minister, and Abdelhamid Triki, Tunisia’s secretary of state for international cooperation, discussed the status of the countries’ health sector-related cooperation and explored ways to boost their ties at a meeting held on the sidelines of a donor’s conference for eastern Sudan, which was hosted by Kuwait.

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