Minister of Public Works and Transport Abdelghani Zaalane and Niger’s Minister of Infrastructure Kadi Abdoulaye held a meeting, in Algiers on Tuesday, during which the two sides discussed opportunities for cooperation in the transport and construction sector.
For his part, Mr. Kadi Abdoulaye praised the “solid” historical relations between the two countries. “Our visit to Algeria is an eloquent testimony of the political will of our two Heads of State to concretize and consolidate the excellent relations of friendship and cooperation between the two countries.” The Nigerian Minister explained that his visit to Algeria aims to identify avenues of cooperation and bilateral partnership. In a statement to the press after the meeting, the Nigerien Minister said that his visit allows him to benefit from the Algerian experience that he described as “convincing” in view of the progress made by Algeria in this domain. On the other hand, Mr. Zaalane said the meeting with Mr. Kadi was “fruitful” and several topics, including the Trans-Sahara road project (Algiers-Lagos), were raised. As a reminder, the Trans-Saharan road is a project that links six countries (Algeria, Niger, Mali, Tunisia, Nigeria, Chad).
Zaalane also said that during the meeting, the two sides stressed the imperative to intensify cooperation between Algeria and Niger in the field of training, through five Algerian training centers available to Nigerian students.
It should be noted that the Nigerien minister and the delegation accompanying him will visit certain projects launched in the field of Public Works and Transport.
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