Algeria President discusses Syria developments with Al-Assad

Algerian President, Abdelmajid Tebboune, discussed developments in Syria on Monday with head of the Syrian regime, Bashar Al-Assad, Anadolu News Agency reports. An Algerian presidential statement said Al-Assad briefed the Algerian leader on the current situation in Syria. The two sides exchanged views on bilateral relations between the two countries, the statement[…]

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Algeria president: ‘Severing relations with Rabat an alternative to war’

Algerian President Abdelmadjid Tebboune has asserted that mediation between his country and Morocco was not possible and that severing relations with Rabat was the alternative to war. In an interview with the French Le Figaro newspaper, Tebboune added that Algeria’s severing of its relations with Morocco resulted from accumulations since 1963. The Algerian president[…]

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Algeria: Foreign reserves down to $60bn by end of 2022

INTERNATIONAL Algeria’s foreign reserves amounted to $60 billion by the end of 2022, the governor of the Bank of Algeria announced yesterday, Anadolu Agency reported. Salah-Eddine Taleb told reporters that the available reserves would cover the country’s import needs from goods and services for two and a half years. The North African[…]

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Russia welcomes Algeria’s desire to join BRICS

Russia has welcomed Algeria’s intention to joining the BRICS group, special envoy for the Middle East and Africa and Deputy Foreign Minister, Mikhail Bogdanov, said yesterday. Algerian officials on Monday filed a formal application to join the BRICS (Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa) – an association that aims[…]

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Algeria presses ahead with election amid protests

Algeria is set to hold a contentious presidential election on December 12, despite demonstrations against the poll led by protesters who want wide-scale political reform before any vote. Five candidates, all erstwhile associates of deposed President Abdelaziz Bouteflika, are competing to replace the longtime ruler who was forced out by the military[…]

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