That is "in order to avoid engagement."
The Tunisian Parliament concluded a voting session on Thursday to withdraw confidence from Tunisian Parliament Speaker Rachid Ghannouchi.
Mahgoub stated that the first batch of those started patrolling the capital after receiving training at Takbali Camp southern the city and the police uniform.
In a phone call with Saudi King Salman bin Abdelaziz, President Sisi greeted him on the holy month. The president also wished the Saudi people progress and prosperity.
the Fund, SPE AIF I is managed by SPE Capital Partners and will focus mainly on Egypt, Morocco and Tunisia.
Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry reiterated on Wednesday Egypt's support for Tunisia in face of terrorism.
The UN World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) indicated in a report that North Africa, particularly Egypt and Tunisia, witnessed a nine-percent growth.
Tripoli-based interim government wants Turkish air, ground, and sea support to its militias against the attempts of the LNA to capture the capital.
Spokeswoman of the Tunisian Presidency Rashida al-Nayfar affirmed the neutral stance of her state “towards all parties.”
Spokesperson of the United Nations Secretary General Stephane Dujarric de la Rivière commented on Turkey’s moves to deploy troops in Libya on Thursday.
Turkish President Recep Tayip Erdogan stated that troops will be sent to Libya as the parliament is expected to pass the decree on January 8.
Tunisia's Etoile Sportive du Sahel defeated Egypt's Ahly 1-0 in their opener of the CAF Champions League's group stage at Rades Stadium Friday.
Exit polls said about 90% of young voters backed Saied in his election campaign.
Sisi wished Saied success to serve the interests of Tunisia and its great people, hoping further constructive cooperation between the two countries in all fields.
In the first round of the election, Karoui and Said were qualified to run-off; Said obtained 60,000 votes mostly from the youth who were the key factor behind his success.
Maaloul captained his national team during their goalless draw against Cameroon on Saturday night
The phase of electoral silence started on Saturday in Tunisia, a day before voting in the parliamentary elections kicks off in the country.
The election is the second since endorsing the new constitution of Tunisia in 2014.
Populist candidate and academic Kaïs Saïed and businessman Nabil Karoui are vying in the second round of elections slated for October 13.
Thomas Cook owes Tunisian hotels 60 million euros ($66 million)for stays in July and August, Tourism Minister Rene Trabelsi told Reuters on Monday.