Public administration: Saudi Arabia willing to share its experience with Tunisia
11/11/2019 18:01, TUNIS/Tunisia

(TAP)- Saudi officials have expressed their willingness to share their country's experience in the field of digitisation of administration with Tunisia, at a meeting with Minister to the Prime Minister for Major Reforms Taoufik Rajhi who is visting Saudi Arabia on November 8 to 11, 2019.

According to a statement issued by the Prime Ministry on Monday in Tunis, the purpose of the visit is to follow up the results of the 10th session of the Tunisian-Saudi Joint Commission held (February 27 and 28, 209) in the Saudi capital Riyadh.

Rajhi discussed, in particular, with Saudi Minister of Economy and Planning Mohammad Al Tuwaijri, public development plans in Tunisia and Saudi Arabia ("Vision 2030"), in light of Saudi Arabia's will to strengthen bilateral cooperation and exchange of experience in planning in Tunisia.

Discussions were also held between Rajhi and Saudi business leaders specialising in the assessment of the productivity of public organisations, information technology and electronic services.

Rajhi, who leads a delegation of senior officials, called on Tunisian skills to support the development process in Tunisia and encourage foreign investment after improvements in the country's business climate through government reforms to modernise public administration, the statement said.

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