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Ben Romdhane, who is leading the Tunisian delegation in this world summit, pointed out that Tunisia's democratic transition process, since January 14, is a propitious context for devising a progressive approach in this matter that rests on protection of human rights and fight against all forms of discrimination.
11, 2010 (TAP) - Spokesman of the Japanese Foreign Ministry Hidenobu Sobashima voiced satisfaction at the close co-operation between Japan and Tunisia in all fields, lauding the country's economic climate propitious to business and investment.
In a statement at the Airport's main hall, The Australian guest stressed the importance of this visit, which, he said, provides "a propitious opportunity to build stronger relations with Tunisia, a country that has an important position in Africa.
He said that the choice made on Tunisia by this multinational company confirms once again the excellent image enjoyed by the country on the international scale, given the climate propitious for investment and creation of innovating and high-employability projects and the availability of highly skilled human resources.
DG Khana Farhang Iran, Rawalpindi Ali Aqhanouri thanked the chief guest and said being an art lover, her visit was proved propitious for the artists.
Since there is no urgency left in Pakistan for him to stay after reserving his right to agitate for Model Town victims at more propitious time, he shifted the focus to organizational matters,' says party spokesman Noorul Siddiqui.
The occasion was propitious to discuss Panama's progress in terms of strengthening its financial and services platform, as well as the importance of Panama and Costa Rica working as middle-income countries, in order to embark on a global strategy aimed at facilitating cooperation for sustainable development, and reclassification with a criterion that goes beyond per capita income.
Unanimous fatwa of scholars of all class of thoughts is propitious and voice of the whole nation," he added.