• Tunis: Edouard Philippe in Tunis on October 5th  to inaugurate the Africa 2017 meetings

Tunis: Edouard Philippe in Tunis on October 5th to inaugurate the Africa 2017 meetings

It is the third time that the Africa 2017 meetings, in Tunis on 5th and 6th October, will be inaugurated in the presence of French Prime Minister Edouard Philippe. The Prime Minister of Burkina Faso, Paul Kaba Thieba, is also expected to attend the event in Tunis.

The second edition of these meetings will be held first in Abidjan (2 and 3 October), then, simultaneously in Nairobi and Tunis.

Initiated by the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the French Ministry of Economy, these days offer meetings between African and French companies. Nearly 1,500 French and African companies are expected to take part in the event.

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