President of Tunisia is invited by King Salman to the Arab League Council meeting


Riyadh – According to the Saudi Foreign Ministry, King Salman invited the president of Tunisia to the Arab League Council meeting on Friday.

On May 19, the gathering will take place in Saudi Arabia.

The message was given by Abdulaziz bin Ali Al-Saqr, the Saudi envoy to Tunisia, to President Kais Saied during their meeting at Tunis’s Carthage Palace.

King Salman and Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman’s greetings were sent to Saied through Al-Saqr, and the Saudi government received them from the president.

The emir of Qatar and the sultan of Oman received invitations to the 32nd regular session from King Salman earlier this week.

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