Ein Tunisia, in the Arab world, it is often said that “a good neighbor is better than a brother”. In case of a hard blow, the terraced friendship benefits from the proximity factor, it flourishes in the condominium. Algiers looks like the big brother of Tunis. Protective, understanding, vigilant. More than 40 million inhabitants against 11, a basement full of gas and oil, links without stains, immaculate of those discord that the Maghreb is fond of (Algeria and Morocco no longer talk to each other, make embassies and borders apart). When Tunisia has an annual energy deficit of 5 billion, Algiers takes care of the end of the month, heating. We’ll work it out.
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