North African nation Tunisia has evinced interest to ink a pact with India in the field of mining and geology as part of efforts to strengthen bilateral relations, the mines ministry said in a statement.
The Tunisian minister stated that his country wishes to enhance exports of phosphate and natural gas and petroleum to India.
Tunisia is a significant producer of phosphate rock and phosphate-based fertilizer, which are the country's main contributions to the worlds' mineral commodities.
Other mineral commodities produced in Tunisia include cement, common clays, crude oil, natural gas, refined petroleum products, and salt.
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