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    Saudi Arabia, Tunisia Sign Bilateral Agreements on Civil Defense, Trade

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    The sides signed a memorandum of understanding and an agreement on civil protection and civil defense and a deal on the Saudi financing of the construction of a power station in Tunisia.

    MOSCOW (Sputnik) — Saudi King Salman and Tunisian President Beji Caid Essebsi have signed several bilateral documents, including on civil defense and trade, Saudi media reported on Wednesday.

    According to Saudi Gazette, the sides signed a memorandum of understanding and an agreement on civil protection and civil defense and a deal on the Saudi financing of the construction of a power station in Tunisia.

    In addition, the sides agreed on the regulation of road transportation of both persons and goods.

    The media outlet added that the signing took place on Tuesday in Riyadh.

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