After a visit to the home, near the residence of the French Ambassador, in Marsa, in the northern suburbs of Tunis, where suspect movements were registered, President of the Republic Kais Saied said that everything indicated that there was a criminal plan. “The security services will shed light on this case before justice takes the required measures,” he added.
The Head of State affirmed that Tunisia’s security will always be assured, thanks to the efforts of security and military units. He further remarked that Tunisia remains and will stay strong and that national unity makes this nation very solid.
“Tunisians and foreigners must guarantee that Tunisia remains a safe country and that attempts to tamper with relationships with brotherly and friendly countries will fail. Those who operate in the dark will not achieve their goals,” he said.
The President of the Republic declared, during his meeting with Taoufik Charfeddine, Minister of the Interior, this Wednesday, at the palace of Carthage, that he went in person last night to Marsa, accompanied by the chief of the government, to see the existence of the tunnel not far from the residence of the ambassador.