Agreement Tunisie

The vehicle in this case will be registered in the Tunisian series “RS” subject to unlimited incess This regime allows Tunisian residents abroad, upon their final return to Tunisia, to import: The pan-Euro-Mediterranean accumulation system was created in 2005. It brings together the EU, Tunisia and other European and Mediterranean partners to support regional integration through the creation of a common system of rules of origin. Rules of origin are the technical criteria for determining whether a particular product is eligible for duty-free access or other preferential access under a specific trade agreement. New: The regularization of the situation of RS-registered vehicles (Regime of the total deductible granted under the definitive return of Tunisians resident abroad) The European Union is a strategic partner for Tunisia, given the density and richness of political, economic, social and cultural relations between Tunisia and this unit and its member countries. Tunisia-EU relations are part of the European Neighbourhood Policy (ENP), launched in 2004 with the aim of supporting and promoting stability, security and prosperity in the southern and eastern Mediterranean. The 16-country European Neighbourhood Policy is based on a common commitment to the universal values of democracy, the rule of law and respect for human rights. Tunisia was the first country in the southern Mediterranean to sign a Euro-Mediterranean association agreement with the European Communities and their Member States (Association Agreement) on 17 July 1995, which came into force on 1 March 1998. This association agreement aims to create an appropriate framework for political dialogue between the two parties and to create a free trade area between the two parties. Relations between Tunisia and the European Union are now marked by continued dynamism and development, notably through the convening of the various structures and mechanisms of bilateral dialogue and consultations within the framework of the Association Agreement and Neighbourhood Action Plans, the main ones being the Association Council, the Association Committee and various sectoral sub-committees (human rights). , social affairs and migration).

, justice and security, industry, trade and services, customs, agriculture and fisheries, research and innovation, etc.). In addition, relations between the two sides have taken a major leap in the wake of the Tunisian revolution of January 2011, notably through the unprecedented dynamics of high-level visit exchanges and the establishment of a “privileged partnership” between the two sides in November 2012. This strengthened partnership has resulted in the adoption of an intersectoral action plan setting out priority areas of cooperation for the 2013-2017 campaign (Deep and Comprehensive Free Trade Agreement-ALEC, Mobility Partnership, Open Skies Agreement, High-Level Political Dialogue on Security and Combating Terrorism, Tunisia`s association with the European framework programmes Horizon 2020 and “Creative Europe”). As part of this privileged partnership, cooperation and negotiations have been initiated between Tunisia and the European Union in a number of areas, including: fixed the tax advantages granted to Tunisian residents abroad on the occasion of their final return and the conditions for their granting. Section 12 was the only amendment in the last sentence. The sentence reads: “The subjects or citizens of both nations are protected by the government or commanders of the places where they are located and not by the other authorities of the country.