Arab Maghreb Union’s meetings: Spain welcomes Algeria’s initiative

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Spain’s Ambassador to Algeria Fernando Moran Calvo-Soleto said Wednesday, in Oran, that his country welcomed Algeria’s initiative for the holding of a meeting of the Arab Maghreb Union’s Foreign Ministers Council, underlining its usefulness for the integration in the Maghreb.

Earlier, the European Union (EU) noted, Friday, “with interest” the Algerian initiative for the revival of the Arab Maghreb Union.

Algeria has officially contacted the General Secretary of the Arab Maghreb Union (AMU) calling for the organization “within shortened deadlines” of a meeting of the Union’s Foreign Affairs Ministers Council, the Foreign Ministry said Thursday in a communiqué.

“We note with interest Algeria’s proposal to hold a meeting of the Foreign Ministers of the Arab Maghreb Union,” said the EU spokesperson, noting that in general “any constructive initiative that can contribute to good cooperation in the Maghreb region is welcome”.

The Algerian Foreign Ministry said Thursday, in a statement, that the initiative “is in line with Algeria’s intimate conviction and many times expressed the need for the revival of the building of the Maghreb and the reactivation of its bodies “.

 

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