Tunisia asks Poland to review travel restrictions.
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Tunisia had asked Poland to further revise the travel restrictions on its tourists, Tunisian Minister of Foreign Affairs Khemais Jhinaoui said Monday.
“Poland will have to recover its position on the Tunisian tourist market, especially since the number of Polish tourists has significantly plummeted from 216,000 in 2010 to 16,000 in 2017,” the top Tunisian diplomat added.
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“Following the remarkable improvement of security situation in Tunisia, in addition to the major steps taken in this area, several countries have now lifted all restrictions of travel on our country,” Jhinaoui said at a joint press point with his Polish counterpart Witold Waszczykowski in Tunisia.
During the preparation of a joint Tunisian-Polish commission, the two ministers expressed the hope that bilateral cooperation between Tunisia and Poland will rise to an higher level in sectors such as education, culture and integration of young people into the economy.
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