Tunisia's President, Kais Saied, called for "exemplary cooperation" between Libya and Tunisia based on "unconventional visions and the establishment of strategic partnership formulas with new thinking and high hopes for a better future for the two brotherly peoples," on Wedneday.
This came during his welcome of the Libyan Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation Najla Al-Mangoush, who arrived in Tunisia on Wednesday morning for her first foreign tour since taking over as head of Libyan diplomacy.
The Tunisian presidency, in a statement, said that President Kais Saied's meeting with Al-Mangousg addressed the sincere brotherly relations and the distinctive partnership between Tunisia and Libya, and the prospects for their development and diversification.
"The unwavering will of the two countries to against the current challenges will make it possible to shorten the distance in history and overcome the obstacles," said Saied. "The fate of Tunisia and Libya is one and our goals are common," he added.
During the meeting, the Tunisian president praised "the positive political developments that are taking place in Libya thanks to the will of its people," expressing Tunisia's readiness "to continue to put its experience and expertise to support Libya."
For her part, Al-Mangoush recalled the historic visit by Saied to Libya last March, and the strong and important messages it carried.
The Libyan Foreign Minister stressed her keenness for Tunisia to be her "first foreign destination since taking office as a message of gratitude to Tunisia for its positive and honorable role during the Libyan crisis," according to the Tunisian presidency.