Qatar’s new ambassador to Algiers hails milestones achieved in bilateral cooperation between both countries

ALGIERS- The new ambassador of the State of Qatar to Algiers, Abdelaziz Ali Ahmed Neama Al Neama, commended the milestones achieved in bilateral cooperation between Algeria and his country, stressing the possibility of pushing it to “wider horizons”, given the capabilities that the two countries have.

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ALGIERS- The new ambassador of the State of Qatar to Algiers, Abdelaziz Ali Ahmed Neama Al Neama, commended the milestones achieved in bilateral cooperation between Algeria and his country, stressing the possibility of pushing it to “wider horizons”, given the capabilities that the two countries have.

In a statement after handing over his credentials to the President of the Republic, Mr. Abdelmadjid Tebboune, the Qatari diplomat stressed that “the steps that have been taken in the course of bilateral cooperation fuel hopes and strengthen the belief that the capabilities of the two sister countries provide them with real opportunities to push cooperation to broader horizons. “.

He also considered the meeting as a “good opportunity” through which he felt “the sincere will of President Tebboune to support, diversify and expand bilateral cooperation relations to various fields to serve the common interests of the two sister countries.”

He indicated, in the same context, that he conveyed to the President of the Republic “the greetings of the Emir of the State of Qatar, Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani, and his special wishes of wellness, prosperity, security and safety,” for the Algerian president, government and people, as well as “the greetings of his deputy, Sheikh Abdullah bin Hamad Al Thani.” “.

Its’ worth recalling that the meeting took place in the presence of the Minister of Foreign Affairs and the National Community Abroad, Ramtane Lamamra, and the Director of the Office of the Presidency of the Republic, Abdelaziz Khalaf.

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