This came during talks with Tunisian President Kais Saied, in Tunisia, with von der Leyen, Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte and Italian Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni, according to the Italian agency "ANSA".During their talks, the three European leaders presented a large investment package and promised diplomatic efforts to help Tunisia obtain a $1.9 billion loan from the International Monetary Fund to enable it to ease its severe financial crisis and avoid the risk of default.EU leaders said they were ready to mobilize up to 900 million euros (one billion US dollars) for financial assistance to Tunisia, once the necessary agreement is reached with the International Monetary Fund.The statement of the three European leaders indicated that the meeting with the Tunisian president touched on strengthening economic and trade relations, sustainable energy partnership, and cooperation in the field of migration.For her part, the Italian Prime Minister, Giorgia Meloni, expressed her satisfaction with the joint statement between the European Union and Tunisia, resulting from the talks with the Tunisian President, Kais Saied.Meloni said: "We are very satisfied with the joint statement between the European Union and Tunisia adopted today, it is a very important step.It is noteworthy that no agreement has been reached between the IMF and Tunisia so far on the loan, due to the reluctance of Kais Saied to approve the reforms requested by the Fund from granting him the loan.The meeting of the three European leaders with Tunisian President, Kais Saied, came after he stated, on Saturday, that the migrant crisis cannot be solved at the expense of Tunisia, stressing that any solution must Said said that Tunisia does not accept that anyone is treated inhumanely and that there should be a legal status for everyone who comes to Tunisia.The Tunisian president described migrants as victims of a global system that treats the migration crisis and those who suffer from it as numbers.