Turkey and Tunisia have agreed to boost their economic relations to complement their existing political and cultural ties, the Global Arab Network says, citing reports from the state-run Tunisian News Agency. The agreement was reached during a recent meeting between Turkish State Minister for Foreign Trade Zafar Caglayan and Tunisian Tourism Minister Slim Tlatli in Tunisia. The two also discussed the importance of hoisting their economic cooperation to higher levels at the meeting.

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