“Algeria and Ghana are working to adapt and enrich a legal framework, taking into account the changes and reforms that their economies have undergone,” the Algerian Ambassador to Ghana, Mr Youssef Delileche has announced.
In this aspect, the official added, during his speech at the 64th National Day of Algeria at the Holiday Inn Hotel in Accra, that several draft agreements including those between the Chambers of Commerce and Industry of the two countries and those relating to visa exemption for the holders of diplomatic and service passports, have been finalised.
He also said the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) in the field of standardisation and on political consultations between the Foreign Ministries of the two countries, have been finalised.
The ambassador said other draft agreements concerning education, energy, sports, justice, air and sea transport were currently being examined by both parties.
The meeting was attended by ministers of state, including the Minister for Planning, Professor George Gyan-Baffour, who led the Ghanaian delegation.
Others present were Members of Parliament (MPs), Members of the diplomatic corps, Members of the Algerian Community living in Ghana, religious and traditional leaders.