Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman is paying a visit to Tunisia on November 27.
The friendship visit comes in conjunction with the tour abroad of Prince Mohammed Bin Salman which started Thursday in the United Arab Emirates and includes other Arab countries, namely the Kingdom of Bahrain, Egypt, Algeria and Mauritania before heading later this month to Buenos Aires to participate in G20 Economic Summit.
In fact, this visit is a brief spot in the sky of positive relations between Tunisia and Saudi Arabia, despite attempts of some to disrupt this visit for known reasons.
Besides, many Tunisian observers, who are intently following this visit expect that it will be bearing fruitful outcomes to the Tunisian- Saudi relations.
It is also an opportunity to further bolster relations binding the two countries under the leadership of President Beji Caid Essebsi and King Salman bin Abdulaziz at a crucial juncture the Arab region is going through.
This difficult juncture needs exerting tremendous efforts to secure the region and enhance cooperation in various fields.