Tunisian President Beji Caid Essebsi told AFP on Friday his country cannot stand up to the jihadist threat alone, after a gunman killed 28 people at a tourist resort.
"We note that Tunisia faces an international movement. It cannot respond alone to this. On the same day at the same time France has been the target of such an operation, and Kuwait too," Essebsi said.
"This proves the need for a global strategy and that all democratic countries must now join forces."
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