European Union Commission president Jean-Claude Juncker (R) shakes hands with Tunisian Prime Minister Habib Essid before a meeting at the EU Headquarters in Brussels on July 20, 2015. AFP PHOTO / JOHN THYS
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A delegation of Tunisian politicians visited London Monday, urging Britain's government to reverse advice to tourists against visiting Tunisia following the beach hotel attack near Sousse that killed 38 .Tunisia's tourism and transport ministers and speaker of parliament held meetings at the Foreign Office and with the speaker of Britain's House of Commons while offering condolences to the families of victims, 30 of whom were British.Meanwhile, Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond met Tunisian Prime Minister Habib Essid in Brussels, where EU ministers promised to boost political and economist support for Tunisia.Britain advised its nationals to leave Tunisia and warned against all but essential travel to the country a fortnight after last month's attack by a jihadi gunman.
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