Algeria

Algeria and Mauritania affirm their determination to enhance their relations to the level of strategic partnership

Minister of Public Works, Hydraulic and Basic Infrastructure, Mr. Lakhdar Rakhroukh, and the Mauritanian Minister of Equipment and Transport, Mr. Nani Ould Achrouga, affirmed, on Tuesday in Nouakchott, the two countries’ determination to “enhance their relations to the level of strategic partnership”, emphasizing that the challenges the world is currently facing “require them to work more to strengthen them and move them forward.”

At the opening of the proceedings of the Follow-up Committee, which comes in preparation for the 19th session of the Great Algerian-Mauritanian Joint Committee for Cooperation, Mr. Rakhroukh stressed that the two countries “are required to enhance their relations to the level of strategic partnership, in order to implement their common interests and aspirations.”

At the top of the projects that combine Algeria and Mauritania is the land road linking the cities of Tindouf and Zouerate, which would “change the features of the border areas between the two countries and open broad prospects for development and communication between the two brotherly peoples.”

The Minister of Public Works, Hydraulic and Basic Infrastructure also pointed out that the bilateral relations between the two countries “have known many achievements in recent years, but there are still many available areas that have not been exploited yet.”.

For his part, the Mauritanian Minister of Equipment and Transport affirmed that the relations between the two countries are “distinguished by a long record of cooperation that includes many vital sectors, which is fueled by the bonds of brotherhood and a common destiny and reinforced by the will and keenness of the leaders of the two countries,  to enhance them to serve their common interests and aspirations.

It is worth noting that the Follow-up Committee, co-chaired by the Minister of Public Works, Hydraulic and Basic Infrastructure on the Algerian side and the Minister of Equipment and Transport on the Mauritanian side, which comes in preparation for the 19th session of the Great Algerian-Mauritanian Joint Committee for Cooperation, will carry out a comprehensive and objective evaluation of cooperation between the two countries, in addition to Identifying its obstacles and suggesting ways to strengthen it at all levels.

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