COPENHAGEN- Minister of Foreign Affairs Abdelakder Messahel held Thursday, in Copenhagen, talks with a delegation of the Foreign Affairs Committee of the Danish Parliament, chaired by Espersen Soren, as part of his official visit to Denmark.
The two sides also exchanged views and analyzes on many current issues and foreign policies of both countries.
In this context, Mr. Messahel stressed the tryptic equidistance, non-interference in the internal affairs of States and ownership of the settlement process by the parties, which found the foreign policy of Algeria.
He also gave a presentation on the Algerian experience in the fight against terrorism and de-radicalization, an experience widely solicited throughout the world which enabled Algeria to put an end to the national tragedy, revive the socio-economic development of the country and preserve its the stability.
In this regard, he pointed out that Algeria’s de-radicalization policy is based on four pillars namely; the revitalization of moderate authentic Islam, educational, communication and justice reforms.
Other issues such as; the situation in the Sahel region, Libya, Mali and Western Sahara were also discussed. The phenomenon of massive irregular immigration has also been the subject of debate.
The members of the Foreign Affairs Committee thanked Messahel for the information exchanged, expressing their admiration for the efforts undertaken by Algeria to contribute to the preservation of peace and security in the region and beyond.