CAIRO -- Egypt expressed full solidarity with the Tunisian people's confidence in the country's presidency to overcome the current political crisis, said the Egyptian Foreign Ministry in a statement on Sunday.
Egypt also stressed "the necessity to avoid escalation and refrain from violence against state institutions," and praised the role of Tunisian national institutions in maintaining the country's security and stability.
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MOSCOW -- Member states of the World Health Organization (WHO) agree that the COVID-19 origin tracing should not be politicized, Sputnik reported Friday citing Mike Ryan, executive director of the WHO Health Emergencies Program.
"The one consistent thing we've heard from all countries has been 'let's not politicize the science,' and the next thing that happens is the science is politicized," Ryan said.
"So what we want to do for all parties, and everybody is calling for this, there's widespread agreement amongst all our member states, let's not politicize the process," he added.
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RABAT -- Moroccan King Mohammed VI urged neighboring Algeria on Saturday to work together for the normalization and development of the two countries' relations.
"The security and stability of Algeria and the tranquility of its people are inseparable from the security and stability of Morocco, and vice versa," Mohammed VI said during his throne day speech to the nation.