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Malaysia–Tunisia relations refers to bilateral foreign relations between Malaysia and Tunisia. Diplomatic relations established on 1957. The Malaysian Embassy in Rabat covers Tunisia while the Tunisian Embassy in Jakarta covers Malaysia since July 1990. Several Agreements were signed since 1969 covering a lot of sectors, including the Agreement on Suppression of Visa and the agreement on Economic and Technical cooperation signed in 1994. Several other Drafts are under negotiations.
From the Tunisian Side:
- May 1994: Dr. Hamed Karoui, the seventh Tunisian Prime Minister.
- May 1999: Itinerary Mission headed by Former Foreign Minister, Mr. Said Ben Mustapha;
- October 2003: Mr. Habib Ben Yahia, Minister of Foreign Affairs to participate to the X Summit of the Organization of the Islamic Conference.
- June 2004: Mr. Mohamed Nouri Jouini, Minister of Development and International Cooperation.
From the Malaysian Side:
- November 1992: Dr. Mahathir Mohamad
- January 2003: Mr. Azmi Khaled, Special Envoy of the Prime Minister, to President Zine El Abidine Ben Ali.
- May 2004: Mr. Azmi Khalid, Minister of Home Affairs and Interim Foreign Minister to represent Malaysia, as President of Non Aligned Movement, to the Arab Summit.
- November 2005: Mr. Jamaluddin Jarjis, Minister of Science, Technology and Innovations and Mr. Lim Keng Yaik, Minister of Energy, Green Technology and Water to take part to the second phase of the WSIS.
- "Relations with Malaysia". Embassy of Tunisia in Jakarta. Retrieved 2012-02-14.
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