Al-Halabi thanked the Tunisian side and the Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research for this generous gift that allows Lebanon and its students the opportunity to benefit from full scholarships, especially in these difficult circumstances, stressing “the depth of historical relations between the two countries.”
He stressed “Lebanon’s desire to renew the university cooperation and exchange agreement between the two countries, and the need for administrative follow-up to that end,” underlining “the importance of Tunisia as a model for social development.”
For his part, the Tunisian ambassador underscored “the need to support public schools, which lead to the advancement of society,” and affirmed that education is a sovereign file aimed at building the future of generations, and thus the future of the country.
He finally stressed his country’s desire to “renew and modernize the cooperation agreement in what serves young generations in both countries,” hoping that “it will be completed and signed at the earliest opportunity.”
The site administration does not adopt the viewpoint of the author or the published news, but rather it is the responsibility of the original publisher