|Date: 25/05/2012 Time: 01:54:00 PM
Tunisian Minister of Health Dr. Abdullatif Makki
applauded Friday Arab Gulf investments in the health sector in Tunisia.
In statements to KUNA on the sideline of his participation in the World
Health Organization's annual conference, Makki said there are real attractive
opportunities in implementing joint medical care projects.
"The health investment projects in Tunisia are very diverse and promising,"
he said, citing health tourism projects.
Makki pointed out that "the current political circumstances in Tunisia are
helpful and can absorb such investments backed with by the legal protection
"Arab investments in Tunisia also help strengthen bonds of brotherly ties
between the two people," he said.
He revealed that Tunisia occupies the second place globally in treatment
with sea water and has more than 42 treatment centers specializing in this
kind of treatment.