Earlier, Tunisian President Kais Saied stressed that his country "faces a humanitarian tragedy due to illegal immigration, and that it cannot be solved through individual actions." The recent statements of the Tunisian Foreign Minister, Nabil Ammar, in which he criticized what he described as "political and media exploitation" of the suffering of victims of illegal immigration, to serve some political agendas, illustrate the magnitude of the pressures that European countries seek to impose on Tunisia. For his part, the Tunisian strategist, Bassel Turjuman, said that "the issue of the hidden settlement of illegal immigrants in Tunisia dates back to the period before the assumption of Tunisian President, Kais Saied, as understandings took place between international parties and other Tunisian politicians, the latter received large sums of money." "The European parties seek to turn Tunisia into a camp for illegal immigrants from different countries of the world, but Tunisia categorically rejects the matter," he said.He pointed out that "the role that the European Union should have played is to help Tunisia to repatriate migrants, not to settle them in Tunisia." He stressed that "Tunisia's options are clear and explicit, meaning that it will not accept the imposition of any decisions or scenarios similar to the Turkish scenario, by settling thousands and charging money for that." "Tunisia needs financial support to confront illegal immigration, in addition to the financial possibility to face the burden of shelter and the medical and food aspects." Thabet pointed out that "the threat facing Tunisia is the explosive situation in sub-Saharan countries, which could exacerbate the situation at the moment, given the activity of human trafficking groups and illegal immigration." According to a statement by the Tunisian Ministry of Interior, this came during a meeting between the Tunisian Minister of Interior, Kamel Feki, and the head of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, Monica Nauraud.During the meeting, the Tunisian minister stressed that "Tunisia has a tradition of taking note of humanitarian situations that require attention and attention, especially the efforts of the Tunisian security in rescue and rescue operations and the good treatment of irregular migrants." Tunisia and Libya announced earlier that an agreement had been reached on hosting migrants from sub-Saharan Africa who are stuck at the border between the two countries for about a month.