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The parents of the ten French schoolchildren in Tunisia meet with the protesters

Tunisia, Paris, Foreign Policy, Awad Sallam / French President Emmanuel McCron led a state visit to Tunisia, the first since the inauguration of the presidency, aimed at "supporting the democratic process" in the country, which suffers economic and social difficulties seven years after the revolution.

The French President met with the Tunisian Prime Minister, Youssef Al-Shahed, who hosted an official dinner in his honor with the most prominent Tunisian officials at the Carthage Palace.

McCron's visit to Tunisia comes two weeks after fresh protests over the cost of living turned into night riots in several Tunisian cities.

On the occasion of Macaron's visit, teachers and parents of students from the 10 French schools in Tunisia, which includes 6,000 students, organized a protest on Thursday against the French state's support for the network of these schools, which they see as "the most important ground" for Francophonie.

The Macaron government has decided to cut 33 million euros from the budget of the French Education Agency abroad, which oversees about 500 French educational institutions in the world.

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