Adel Tayari –TDO-The Tunisian National Security Council, which was held on Wednesday, June 28, at the Carthage Palace, under the auspices of President Béji Kayed Sibsi, the adoption of the draft presidential order submitted by the Ministry of National Defense, which announced the production sites and sensitive facilities and vital closed military areas are forbidden to approach them.

The National Security Council announced these measures following repeated sit-ins in oil production areas in southern Tunisia.  Especially after a group of protesters on Tuesday (June 27th) closed the two valves on the oil pipeline in the area of ​​"Bolhabal" in the city of Qabli, south of Tunisia  ,  which means that the pumping of oil from the "Camor" area in Tataouine and the oil fields in the desert in the direction of refinery Sakhira in Sfax has stopped completely  in an escalating step to reaffirm its commitment to its demands to nationalize the country's internal resources and create jobs and economic prosperity in the oil-producing regions of Tunisia.  The atmosphere in the city of Qabli was strained after the Tunisian government reached a solution that ended the protests in Tataouine,  which means that there are political parties seeking to fabricate crises in various regions of Tunisia  to stifle the government and push towards chaos in the country.

For the reference, a document was published nearly two weeks ago confirming the involvement of the United Arab Emirates in fabricating the crises in Tunisia and providing the necessary financial funds in order to continue the tense situation in most Tunisian regions.