ALGIERS- Foreign Minister Sabri Boukadoum reaffirmed Tuesday during a telephone conversation with his counterpart of the Libyan Government of National Unity, Nadjla al-Mangouche, Algeria's support to the new Libyan authorities in their efforts to unify the institutions and organize the elections.
"Reaffirming Algeria's support to the new Libyan authorities in their efforts to unify institutions and organize elections, was the focus of the telephone conversation I had this Tuesday with my
Libyan counterpart, Najla al-Mangouche, in addition to our common determination to give greater momentum to cooperation between our two brotherly peoples in various fields," wrote Boukadoum on his Twitter account.
The new Libyan Government of National Unity is leading a transitional stage that will end with the holding of presidential and parliamentary elections on December 24.
The new executive has set 12 objectives during the transition period. These include "ensuring sovereignty throughout Libya, evacuating mercenaries and foreign forces from the country, securing the borders, improving the daily lives of Libyans and establishing national reconciliation.
Bordj Bou Arreridj: Project for sustainable development in Biban region launched
BORDJ BOU ARRERIDJ ( Algeria)- Minister of Environment, Dalila Boudjemaâ announced Tuesday in Bordj Bou Arreridj, the launch of an integrated project for sustainable development in the Biban region, funded by the Global Environment Facility (GEF) at a cost of 3.7 million dollars.
Speaking on the sidelines of a working visit to the wilaya, Boudjemaâ stressed that the region of the Biban located between the town of Theniet Ennasr (W. Bordj Bou Arreridj) and the
town of Ighir Ali in the province of Bejaia, was chosen under the land use plan to implement an integrated and complementary project that she called "local heritage to preserve", funded by the GEF.
The objective of this project, which will be implemented by the FAO, is to "enhance the biological resources" and "preserve biodiversity and ecosystems in this mountainous region, encouraging the creation of cooperatives generating wealth, guaranteeing jobs and improving the living environment of the inhabitants of this region," especially young people to invest in local resources.