"We have met with our brothers in Tunisia about security information that has imposed specific and circumstantial measures", he said.
Tunisia has barred Emirates Airlines flights from landing in its territory.
Tunisia's transport ministry said in a statement that the Arab carrier would be suspended until it found a way to operate according to worldwide law and treaties.
The airline wrote: "Emirates will stop services between Tunis and Dubai, as instructed by the Tunisian authorities, with effect from December 25, 2017". "We highly value Tunisian women and respect them", he added, without elaborating", the UAE foreign minister Anwar Gargash, said, in a Twitter post.
Tunisia's Transport Ministry announced on Sunday that it was barring a United Arab Emirates (UAE) airline from landing in the North African country.
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In Tunisia, anger has been building after women said they had been banned at Tunis airport from boarding Emirates flights to Dubai.
But Tunisian official Garrach insisted that while his country could understand the UAE's concerns, it cannot "accept the way Tunisian women have been treated". "It's degrading to the Tunisian woman, to our nationality - to everything".
The existence of political Islam was an issue that put Tunisia at loggerheads with the UAE, which has geared its foreign policy to countering the Muslim brotherhood at home and overseas.
In a statement on Friday, Tunisia's Ministry of Transport said such actions were "illegal" and "contradictory to the regulations in force in worldwide civil aviation".