Algeria-Croatia Parliamentary Friendship Group set up

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ALGIERS- Algeria-Croatia Parliamentary Friendship Group was set up Monday, in Algiers, to strengthen the bilateral cooperation, notably in the parliamentary field, said a communiqué of the People’s National Assembly.

The ceremony was chaired by Abderrazak Terbeche, People’s National Assembly’s Vice President for External Affairs, in the presence of the Ambassador of the Republic of Croatia in Algiers, Marin Andrijavic and a representative of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs .

In his address on the occasion, Mr. Terbeche reviewed “the historical relations that bind the two friendly countries, especially during the Glorious War of National Liberation”, recalling “the cohesion of the Algerian and Yugoslav peoples” .

He also recalled “the important role of parliamentary diplomacy in strengthening bilateral cooperation”, calling for the imperative “to exchange information in the legislative and legal fields, and the establishment of frameworks for dialogue” and exchange between Algerian parliamentarians and their Croatian counterparts “.

The Croatian diplomat hailed, for his part, “the depth of the relations that bind the two countries and peoples”, adding that this parliamentary group of friendship will likely “give a strong impetus to the bilateral relations”.

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