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Tunisia was elected to the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) Executive Board for 2020-2024, following a vote at the 40th session of the UNESCO General Conference in Paris, taking place from November 12 to November 27.
On Friday, 13 September 2019, a working session was held under the supervision of the Minister of Cultural Affairs, Mohamed Zein El Abidin, to review the details of the distribution of the draft budget, issued by a decision of the Prime Minister, which was raised to 1% of the state budget for the year 2020.
Minister of Cultural Affairs Mohamed Zine El Abidine on Wednesday, 04 September 2019, chaired a meeting to follow up the participation of the Ministry of Cultural Affairs in the National Committee for the organization of the World Summit of la Francophonie, which will be hosted by Tunisia in November 2020 for the first time.
The Minister of Cultural Affairs Mohamed Zine El Abidine on Tuesday morning, September 03, 2019 in the presence of the French Ambassador to Tunisia Olivier Boufar Darfur, supervised the closing seminar of the twinning project between the Ministry of Cultural Affairs and the Ministry of Culture and Communication.
Minister of Cultural Affairs Mohamed Zine El Abidine signed on Tuesday 20 August 2019 a framework agreement with the Tunisian Foundation for Copyright and Neighboring Rights in the presence of the Director General of the Foundation Mr. Youssef Ben Ibrahim and the participation of a number of ministry's frameworks.
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