Tunisian Foreign Minister Nabil Ammar said Monday that unity and coordination between Arab countries is crucial in countering Israel’s war on Gaza.
Ammar’s statement came during a press conference at his ministry’s headquarters in the capital Tunis.
“The national security of Egypt and Jordan is important for us, and Tunisia’s position in the international arena is in their favor,” he said, highlighting that his country’s position is “in the interest of all Arab countries.”
He also stressed that “the solution can be found in greater coordination in Arab positions”
Ammar commented on the reaction of the international community to the Israeli war on Gaza, saying “this is a war at all levels, a war on minds, a war on the media. The war in Gaza revealed all intentions.”
He added that “force and arrogance” replaced agreed international principles.
Ammar stressed that Tunisia supports the “full restoration of Palestinian rights.”
During his speech before his National Security Council on Wednesday, Tunisian President Kais Saied called on Tunisians to express their solidarity with the Palestinian people.
“Tunisians, like all free people in the world, have the right to express their firm position in
“There are massacres committed every day against the Palestinian people, to which the world turns a blind eye. The entire world is witnessing genocidal crimes and attempts at forced displacement,” he added.