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Arab Summit of Algiers, Accreditation for the foreign press: The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the National Community Abroad reopens online requests. (APS,03/08/2022)

 

ALGIERS - The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and National Community Abroad announced on Tuesday the start of the submission of requests for provisional accreditation for the foreign press which does not accompany official delegations and wishing to cover the work of the Arab Summit of Algiers scheduled for next November, from August 1st to September 30th.

"The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the National Community Abroad brings to the attention of the foreign press which does not accompany the official delegations and wishing to ensure the coverage of the 31st ordinary session of the Council of the Arab League at the level of the Summit scheduled for November 1 and 2, 2022 in Algiers, that the period for submitting requests for provisional accreditation is scheduled from August 1 to September 30, 2022".

Accreditation application files are filed at the level of the Algerian diplomatic or consular services with territorial jurisdiction, both in the country hosting the head office of the employing body and at the journalist's place of residence if necessary.

The provisional accreditation application file contains the following documents:

-Application form for a "journalist visa" that can be issued or downloaded via the electronic sites of the Algerian diplomatic or consular missions abroad.

-Application form for accreditation of the foreign press that does not accompany an official delegation that can be issued or downloaded via the electronic sites of the Algerian diplomatic or consular missions abroad or via the electronic site dedicated to the Arab Summit (www. arabsummit2022.dz).

-A request issued by the journalist employing body.

- A copy of the passport of the journalist of foreign nationality or a copy of the national identity card of the journalist of Algerian nationality.

- A copy of the journalist's professional card.

-Two photos of the person concerned.

-A detailed list of technical equipment reserved for press activity.

"For more information on appointments and procedures for filing requests for provisional accreditation, the journalists concerned can consult the electronic portal dedicated to the Arab Summit (www.arabsummit2022.dz)". The ministry also specifies that "the operation of registration of the foreign press accompanying the official delegations will be done in parallel with the registration of the official delegations within a deadline which will be fixed later".


Mali/Algiers Agreement: A decision-making level meeting debates the various aspects. (APS,02/08/2022)

 

BAMAKO - The work of a decision-making level meeting of the parties to the agreement for peace and reconciliation in Mali, resulting from the Algiers process, opened on Monday in Bamako, with a view to "discussing the different aspects of the agreement to reach a consensus around decisions that will materialize its effective implementation," local media reported on Tuesday.

Held under the chairmanship of the Malian Prime Minister, Choguel Maïga, and in the presence of the various parties to the Agreement, "the present meeting, which is being held from August 1 to 5, aims to open up the various aspects of the Agreement to reach a consensus around decisions that will materialize its effective implementation for the benefit of all parties for a lasting peace and the development of Mali," said a press release from the Ministry of Reconciliation, Peace and Cohesion. National body in charge of the Algiers Agreement.

In a speech given at the opening of the meeting, Mr. Maïga praised "all the actors of the Agreement", emphasizing "the importance of dialogue to resolve all disputes".

"There could not be a point that could not be submitted for discussion in favor of peace," he said.

For his part, Colonel-Major Ismaël Wagué, Minister in charge of the Peace Agreement, returned in his speech to "the attachment of the various signatory parties to the Agreement to the application of the Algiers peace process and the path traveled so far, despite the difficulties encountered on the ground".

"Since 2015 when we made a commitment to the Malian people and the international community to build lasting peace through the Agreement for Peace and Reconciliation in Mali, what a long way we have come, strewn with compromises, successes, sacrifices often setbacks and sometimes twists", underlined Mr. Wagué, saluting "the various stakeholders for the efforts made on both sides, while insisting on the "decisive" nature of this meeting to move forward in the process of setting up implementation of the Agreement.


The President of the Republic, Mr. Abdelmadjid Tebboune: The settlement of problems in Mali requires the implementation of the Algiers Agreement. (APS,01/8/2022)

The President of the Republic, Mr. Abdelmadjid Tebboune affirmed that the resolution of the problems facing Mali required the implementation of the Peace and Reconciliation Agreement resulting from the Algiers process.

“As long as the Peace and Reconciliation Agreement resulting from the Algiers process has not been implemented, the problems facing Mali will persist, because the deterioration of the situation is such that anyone arrogates the right to interfere in the affairs of this country”, underlined President Tebboune during his periodic meeting with the national press, broadcast on Sunday on national television and radio stations.

After stressing the importance of Malian unity, the President of the Republic expressed Algeria's availability to provide material assistance and organize meetings in Algeria or Mali between Malian belligerents, recalling that the will shown Algeria on this subject, is lacking for many other countries.

“Each time we try to bring the brothers together in a given country, certain parties interfere (…), Algeria is envied for its role”, he added, affirming that Algeria “deals with African States in good faith and with sincerity to solve the problems”.

After acknowledging the existence of terrorism in Mali, President Tebboune indicated that this terrorism "is provoked, in part, for strategic reasons which push other countries to feed it".

The President of the Republic called on the Malians, in particular the Malian leaders, to "comply with the law, give the word back to the people, organize elections, return to the Constitution and not to let the current exceptional political circumstances continue", warning that their country "is coveted by other countries".

The files of Algerian nationals attacked in Gao ( Mali) and kidnapped diplomats, two of whom had died, are not yet classified, insisted President Tebboune, stressing that the perpetrators will have to answer for their actions.

“The perpetrators will be condemned. We have an idea of ​​who would be behind the attack targeting the Algerians in Gao”, assured President Tebboune, recalling that “the investigations are in progress and our suspicions are confirmed”, he added.

Regarding the Libyan file, the President of the Republic affirmed that Algeria supports the legitimate party in Libya and the decisions of the Security Council. “We are for the legitimacy and in favor of the resolutions of the Security Council. We support the initiative to unify the ranks of the Libyan brothers as well as the inter-Libyan solution far from any interference", explained the President of the Republic, emphasizing the need "to organize elections, being the only solution legit ".

Algeria has been calling for two years for the organization of elections in Libya, hence "the constitution of the Government of Mr. Abdelhamid Debeibah and the Presidential Council, chaired by Mr. Mohamed al-Manfi", he said. he put forward.

Algeria does not intervene in the internal affairs of the Libyans, noted the President of the Republic, adding that Sonatrach had frozen its activities in Libya with the aim of "giving the Libyans time to solve their problems and now, this are the Libyan brothers themselves who insist that Sonatrach return to Libya”.


Algeria is constantly working to attract foreign investment. (APS,08/01/2022)

 

ALGIERS - The President of the Republic, Mr. Abdelmadjid Tebboune affirmed that Algeria was constantly working to attract foreign investment, given the opportunities offered throughout the national territory.

Algeria is striving to attract investments from brotherly and friendly countries such as Qatar, Turkey, Saudi Arabia and certain countries considered as strategic allies such as Italy and others, specified President Tebboune during his periodic meeting with the national press, broadcast on Sunday on national, public and private radio and television channels.

With regard to economic cooperation with Turkey, the President of the Republic recalled that this country was the largest foreign investor in Algeria through numerous projects such as the steel complex in Oran whose production has doubled and was oriented towards exports, in addition to other investments in the fields of textiles and light and medium industries.

Highlighting "the historical relations uniting Algeria and Turkey which have never been marred by problems", the President of the Republic considered that this is an asset which contributes to the attraction of more investments.

In this wake, President Tebboune mentioned the foreign investors targeted by Algeria, among others, the Qataris and the Saudis.

Italy remains "a strategic ally" being the first European country in terms of economic relations with Algeria, he argued.

"Since the War of Independence, we have not experienced any problem, litigation or dispute with Italy", added the Head of State, recalling that Italy was a solid support each time the Algeria was going through difficult times, including during the national tragedy.

Highlighting "the good faith of Italian investors who work in silence", the President of the Republic recalled the existence of hundreds of Italian companies operating in Algeria.

The strengthening of these relations, specifies the President of the Republic, continues with the launch of the joint production phase, highlighting the efforts underway to create Algerian-Italian partnerships in various fields, including mechanics, automotive, shipbuilding, flour mills and the national defense sector, in addition to projects in the field of equipment installation.


The President of the Republic, Mr. Abdelmadjid Tebboune: Algeria largely satisfies the conditions for joining the BRICS. (APS, 07/31/2022)

 

ALGIERS - The President of the Republic, Mr. Abdelmadjid Tebboune affirmed that Algeria largely satisfied the conditions for joining the BRICS.

"Membership of the BRICS Group is dependent on economic conditions with which Algeria largely satisfies", underlined President Tebboune during his periodic meeting with the national press, broadcast on Sunday on national television channels and radio stations.

When asked whether Algeria was aiming to join this group, the President of the Republic reassured that "it is possible, but let's not anticipate. What is certain is that there will be good news", adding that " Algeria is interested in the BRICS, in that they constitute an economic and political power".

"Joining this Group would put Algeria, a pioneering country of non-alignment, safe from the friction between the two poles", he added.

The BRICS Group includes the countries with the most exceptional growth rates. These are Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa


The President of the Republic, Mr. Abdelmadjid Tebboune receives the Mauritanian Foreign Minister. (APS, 07/31/2022)

 

 

ALGIERS- The President of the Republic, Mr. Abdelmadjid Tebboune, received, on Sunday in Algiers, the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Cooperation and Mauritanians Abroad of the Mauritanian Islamic Republic, Mr. Mohamed Salem Ould Merzouk.

The audience took place at the headquarters of the Presidency of the Republic in the presence of the Minister of Foreign Affairs and the National Community Abroad, Mr. Ramtane Lamamra, and the Advisor to the President of the Republic in charge of Legal Affairs and judiciary, Acting Director of Cabinet at the Presidency of the Republic, Mr. Boualem Boualem.


 

 

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