A Tunisian-French agreement providing for the creation of a micro-credit mechanism that favours social-economic re-integration of Tunisians returning from Libya was signed on Friday in Tunis
By virtue of this accord, the French government grants Tunisia 800,000 dinars to be distributed by Enda Inter-Arabe organisation under the form of micro-credits to 450 Tunisians who returned from Libya, in order to help them set up their own projects.
Social Affairs Minister Mohamed Ennasser highlighted the vanguard role played by Enda Inter-Arabe in the creation of micro-projects and providing new job opportunities for the benefit of limited-income classes.
For his part, France's Ambassador in Tunis Boris Boillon voiced his country's readiness to help Tunisians who returned back from Libya re-integrate the social and economic life.
Enda Inter-Arabe organisation has, since the outbreak of events in Libya, contributed to efforts aimed to support Tunisians back from Libya, by granting them micro-credits of values ranging between one thousand and five thousand dinars.