54 Years of Tunisia's Independence Observed
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Associate Editor & Writer
"Still there is room for more accomplishments towards strengthening this well established cooperation for the mutual interests of our two friendly peoples, and I am confident that the warm and friendly atmosphere that characterizes Tunisian-Korean relations are a good omen for the future of our bilateral ties."As the celebration continued in Seoul, heads of state all over the world congratulated Tunisian President Zine El Abidine Ben on his countries 54th anniversary of Independence Day ahead of the weekends celebration. Among the first of well wishers was US President Barack Obama, who stressed the long standing relationship between the US and Tunisia. The US has one of the oldest ties with Tunisia dating back 200 years. President Obama expressed his commitment to working together with President Ben Ali, to further reinforce and develop future relations.
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Matthew Love serves as an Associate Editor & Writer of The Seoul Times. He specializes in European film as well as other cultural and social areas. He earned his BA degree with honors in Media Production with English Literature at the University of Luton, England, and MA degree in International Cinema at the University of Bedfordshire. He is the director of Kool4katz.Tv based in Bulgaria.
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