A communiqué of the Presidency of the Republic, said Monday, that in accordance with the article 91-9 of the Constitution, President of the Republic, Abdelaziz Bouteflika, signed presidential decrees ratifying cooperation agreements concluded by Algeria and foreign partners.
The first decree relates to the cooperation agreement in the field of maritime transport between the Algerian Government and the Italian Government which was signed, on November 14th, 2012.
The second decree concerns the Algerian-French agreement on the exchange of young workers, signed in Paris, on October 26th, 2015.
Whereas three other decrees concern conventions between Algeria and Chad; the first convention deals with mutual legal assistance in civil and commercial matters, the second deals with mutual legal assistance in criminal matters, while the third deals with extradition, by highlighting that the three Algerian-Chadian conventions were signed in Algiers, on March 7th, 2016.
A presidential decree relating to the Algerian-Malian cooperation agreement in the health sector, initialed in Bamako, on 3rd November, 2016, was also signed by the President of the Republic.
The last decree signed concerns the headquarters agreement between Algeria and the Arab Organization for Agricultural Development concerning the hosting of the Regional Office of this organization, in the Arab Maghreb region, which was signed in Algiers, on 26th October, 2016.