Concerning the relationship between the Turkish and Tunisian state he said that Turkey was supporting the Tunisian revolution politically and financially pointing out to the Turkish delegations of investors and businessmen who came to Tunisia in that period, and it was under the political guidance from the Turkish government to encourage partnership and joint investments between the two countries.
He also stressed that the keys to success are not only ideological as much as identifying the requirements of development, the Renaissance, and the ability to reach out the minds and culture of the social peace. During the debate, the questions ranged from the true role of Turkey in the Syrian crisis since Turkey took an objective and did not employ its economic influence in Syria to mediate and proximate the views while the others asked about the approach adopted by the Turkish government in the separation between the controlee independence of the judicial power.
Mohammed Al Adel said that Tunisia needs to reconsider the outdated laws in the coming period, and make the required amendments so that the legislative arsenal contributes in the promotion of foreign investments. He noted that the Turks consider Tunisia as a good and a very beautiful image and are keen on more strategic Tunisian Turkish partnership at many levels, along with the partnership in the field of industry, technology in addition to the energy, agricultural sectors, social housing and scientific research and other sectors.
He added that all these opportunities are still affordable, just requires more attention, and will from the Tunisian side with a real political will to clarify laws and legislative framework that serve the development and draw the strategic goals. He added that there is a need to draw a sharp line between the political disagreement and development, investment and trade sectors."