Tunisia, France sign 2 agricultural agreements

02 Nov 2014

(MENAFN) Tunisia announced it has signed two co-operation agreements with France, which focused on reinforcing scientific research and the agricultural sector’s productivity in both countries, QNA reported.

The two signed agreements aim to establish partnerships and cooperation between the two countries in the field of scientific research and the organization of the agricultural sector in the areas of agriculture, cattle breeding and water as well as increasing its returns in light of the challenges it faces.

The agreements will also allow professionals in both Tunisia and France to strengthen the partnership between them and to develop agricultural activities and scientific research in this area.

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