British Foreign Minister Boris Jhonson made a brief visit on Tunisia on Wednesday. He promised to review the travel alert for the Country. He expressed to his counterpart Khemaies Jhinaoui british will to improve bilateral relations between two countries, especially in economic and financial fields, now that United Kingdom is leaving European Union. They talked about social and economic investments, about teaching of English language in Tunisia, the improve of technologies and finance. They talked about the situation in Libya, Boris Jhonson admired the role of Tunisian government to resolve the civil conflict, in particularly the Tunis Declaration. Foreign Minister of Tunisia asked to Boris Jhonson to improve investments in the Country, and he renewed his call to recall the travel warning for Tunisia, “because”, he said, “Tunisia has the same level of security of the biggest European capital thanks to the collaboration with its partner, in particular with United Kingdom”.