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Counselor Chollet’s Meeting with Tunisian Foreign Minister Jerandi

READOUT OFFICE OF THE SPOKESPERSON SEPTEMBER 14, 2021 The below is attributable to Spokesperson Ned Price: Counselor of the U.S. Department of State Derek Chollet and Foreign Minister Othman Jerandi met today in Tunis to discuss issues of mutual interest and concern.  Counselor Chollet and Foreign Minister Jerandi emphasized the productive U.S.-Tunisian bilateral relationship, particularly on security ...
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United States Donates Almost Two Million Vaccines to Tunisia Since July 2021

Tunis, September 13, 2021 –The United States delivered today 187,960 additional doses of the Pfizer vaccine to Tunisia through the COVAX mechanism, bringing the total U.S. donated vaccines to Tunisia to almost two million vaccines since July 2021. These vaccines are part of our ongoing partnership with the people of Tunisia to defeat this devastating pandemic and reflect the strength of the ...
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United States Donates Additional 687,960 Pfizer Vaccines to Tunisia

Tunis, September 10, 2021 – Keeping to our commitment of leading the global fight against COVID-19, the United States is delivering 687,960 additional doses of the Pfizer vaccine to Tunisia through the COVAX mechanism. The first tranche of the vaccines, constituting of almost 500,000 doses arrived in Tunisia today, to be followed by the remaining doses on Monday, ...
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PR10227183 : Furniture dormitory

The U.S Embassy in Tunis is seeking the purchase of Furniture dormitory as per the list https://tn.usembassy.gov/wp-content/uploads/sites/59/List-of-Furniture-Dormitory-1.xlsx. Your quotation must be submitted in a sealed envelope (financial bids along with the product data sheet) marked “Quotation Enclosed” to the following address (please use the attached spreadsheet as the financial offer): https://tn.usembassy.gov/wp-content/uploads/sites/59/lot-2-1.pdf American Embassy Tunis, Ref: RFQ PR10227183 ...
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The G7 Ambassadors in Tunisia issued the following statement on 6 September

‘We, the Group of Seven, reaffirm our ongoing commitment to partnership with Tunisia as it develops the political and socio-economic structures needed to respond to the legitimate demands of its people for a better standard of living and honest, effective and transparent governance. We urge a swift return to a constitutional order, in which an ...
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