Republic of Tunisia
Ministry of Foreign Affairs

 

Embassy of Tunisia
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Welcome to the official site of the Tunisian Embassy in the UK

Having served at the Tunisian Embassy in London between 1999 and 2004, I am deeply honoured and privileged to return to London following my appointment as Ambassador extraordinary and plenipotentiary of the Republic of Tunisia to the United Kingdom.

It is a matter of deep satisfaction that Tunisia and the United Kingdom have always maintained solid and friendly relations. I am sure Tunisia can continue to rely on the valuable support of the United Kingdom as a close friend firmly committed to the success of its young democratic experience.

I am delighted there is a shared will to build even closer relationships between both countries.In my new duty, I will endeavour,together with the Embassy’s staff and the Tunisian institutions represented in London, to work with enthusiasm and determination to step up our bilateral cooperation in all areas.

I am glad that my appointment came at a time when restrictions on travel to Tunisia had been partially lifted which hopefully will translate into a progressive return of British visitors. This came as a result of a fruitful security cooperation that the authorities of both countries are keen to strengthen.

As for the Republic of Ireland, the Embassy will pursue its efforts to build upon the long-standing good relations between Tunisia and Ireland in order to strengthen cooperation in various fields.

 

Aware of the importance of the growing size of the Tunisian community living in the United Kingdom and the Republic of Ireland, the Embassy will strive to provide the best quality of consular services to the members of the community in both countries, listen to their concerns and suggestions, as well as ensure their effective contribution to the national effort of development and encourage them to give the real image of Tunisia, as an open and democratic country.

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Speech of the Ambassador at the Lecture "Rediscovering Carthage: Europeans, Tunisians, and the hunt for antiquities"

14.02.2017

Speech of the Ambassador at the Lecture "Rediscovering Carthage: Europeans, Tunisians, and the hunt for antiquities"[more]

Consular day and meeting with members of the Tunisian community in Ireland on saturday 28th of January 2017.

14.02.2017

 Consular day and meeting with members of the Tunisian community in Ireland on saturday 28th of January 2017.[more]

Ambassador's first day visit to Dublin (27-28 January 2017) with the following activities:

14.02.2017

Ambassador's first day visit to Dublin (27-28 January 2017) with the following activities: • Attending the ITAA reception at The Holiday World Show and visiting the Tunisian stand • meeting at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs...[more]

In collaboration between the Tunisian Embassy in London and the British Museum, Dr Ridha Moumni, Curator at the "Institut de Recherches sur le Maghreb Contemporain-Tunis" is giving a lecture entitled "Rediscovering Carthage: Europeans, T

14.02.2017

In collaboration between the Tunisian Embassy in London and the British Museum, Dr Ridha Moumni, Curator at the "Institut de Recherches sur le Maghreb Contemporain-Tunis" is giving a lecture entitled "Rediscovering...[more]

Participation of Mr. Neji Jalloul, Minister of Education to the Education World Forum (London; 22nd – 25th January 2017).

14.02.2017

Participation of Mr. Neji Jalloul, Minister of Education to the Education World Forum (London; 22nd – 25th January 2017). Among others, Minister Jalloul met with Mr. Ciaran Devane, Chief Executive of the British Council, RH....[more]

Visit of Mr. Sabri Bachtobji, Secretary of State for Foreign Affaires to London

14.02.2017

Visit of Mr. Sabri Bachtobji, Secretary of State for Foreign Affaires to London, on the occasion of the Fourth Tunisian-UK Bilateral Forum of Political, Economic And Cultural dialogue, held at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office...[more]

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The Embassy is open from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm (working days)

The Consular Section is open from 9:30 am to 1:00 pm

For public holidays, please check our announcements

 

    

 

Embassy Announcements

We are pleased to announce the launch of the website of the Tunisian Embassy in London where you can find the activities of the Embassy, consular services and information about Tunisia.

To consult our annoucements and contact us, click here

Tunisian Embassy in London

Address: Embassy of Tunisia, 29 Prince's Gate London SW7 1QG

Tel: + 44 (0) 207 584 8117 Fax: +44 (0) 207 584 3205

Email: London@tunisianembassy.co.uk

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