Tunisia - Castle Journal

Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman arrived in Tunisia on Tuesday for his first visit to it amid protests by the Tunisian Journalists Syndicate and opposition parties following the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi and the Saudi role in Yemen.

At Tuesday in the center of the Tunisian capital ,some journalists and opposition parties protest against the visit of the saudi prince and raised banners insulting him.
The Crown Prince arrived in Tunis on Tuesday afternoon and was received by the Tunisian president, who held bilateral talks on a number of common areas. Prince Mohammed bin Salman left after few hours ,directing to Argentina where he will attend the G20 summit, which will start from 30 November to 1 December.

Prince Mohammed bin Salman visited the UAE, Bahrain and Egypt as part of his current foreign tour, which will end by his participation of the G20 summit in Argentina.


Saudi and Tunisian officials said that the visit was welcomed by the Tunisian leadership and the Tunisian people and comes within the framework of historical bilateral relations. The demonstrations that the media spoke about are no more than a few numbers of groups that do not represent the Tunisian people who love the Saudi leadership and respect the Saudi Crown Prince.
A Saudi official said to Castle Journal that the Saudi crown Prince Mohammed was in a hurry to leave because of his participation in the G-20 summit, which he head to it directly.

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