ALGIERS- Malian minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation Kamissa Camara highlighted Sunday the efforts made by Algeria to implement the peace and reconciliation agreement in Mali.
For the head of Malian diplomacy, the two countries share “historical, and fraternal relations”, , referring to all aspects of cooperation between the two countries.
For his part, Mr. Lamamra underlined, in this wake, that Presidents Abdelaziz Bouteflika and Ibrahim Boubacar Keïta “are very close and share a commitment to Pan-Africanism and a vision of relationship between the African peoples and the destiny of our two nations “.
Mr Lamamra referred to the different mechanisms existing between the two countries, namely the big joint commission co-chaired by the two Prime Ministers, a border committee co-chaired by the two ministers of the interior and a bilateral strategic committee which constitutes “the control tower” of these relations.
Mr. Lamamra said, moreover, that the heads of state and government in Africa attach importance to youth “being truly a key player and privileged sustainable development,” arguing that “it is for youth that we work “.